he class material, on the whole, is terrific. Obviously, being an open source there are a good deal of courses that are significantly more amateur than others, but the best flight of courses are fantastic.
On the other hand, the movies just don't get the job done. As a result of the way that they deploy movies, they just don't buffer. Regardless of being a video-based site, they fail to utilize the systems that other video sites (YouTube, Twitch, Vimeo) utilize to maintain their videos stable, obtaining a system that functions in exactly the identical way Tumblr does - i.e. badly Skillshare's Online Courses Reviews on Springboard. A five-minute video will take about an hour and a half to watch as the movie only buffers a tiny way and never quick enough for the video to never catch it up. Unlike many other streaming videos, then you can not leave it alone for it to buffer until the end as though ceases after about thirty seconds of streaming. It makes the site unusable.
Usually, when encountering problems running videos (in Chrome) I will go over to Internet Explorer that, despite having a fairly naff browser, strangely are good at running videos along with their plugins. But Skillshare simply supports Firefox and Chrome - neither of which actually work - therefore that solution was not available to me.
I've used Skillshare in 2 blocks, one final year and one lately, in that time there have been no changes and more and more people are complaining about the identical issue from the remarks of most videos. It's a real issue that hasn't been addressed.
I've contacted customer service on both occasions and received substantially the exact same response. It is not their fault, but it's my net due to several problems (none of that really have been problems -- cookies, temporary files, etc) and if they confessed that limited internet (below 5mb/s) will encounter problems, they did nothing to acknowledge precisely how bad the problem is and signed off the mails saying that they were looking into it. However, they said the same a year ago and nothing's changed.
Other sites manage the demands of streaming videos a hell of a lot better and handle issues with more elegance and honesty. If you're able to get the movies to BBB Business Profile Skillshare, Inc. Reviews and Complaints work, good, you're in for a treat. In case you can't don't strive, just get out and use somebody else - it is not an issue they're making progress on, even if they are even trying.