You can access the courses you’ve created, course management features as well as tools, resources and account options related to being a Udemy instructor via the instructor view. This article outlines how you can access and navigate the instructor view and explains its features, tools and resources.
How to access the Instructor view
You can access the instructor view for your Udemy account by following the steps below:
- After logging into Udemy click on Instructor at the top of the page.
- In the instructor view you will be directed to your Courses page, where you can access any courses you’ve created as well as other instructor tools and resources. In addition, after switching to the instructor view you will be able to access your instructor account options (please see below).
Instructor account options
After switching to the instructor view you can also access the following options and features via the drop-down menu at the top right of the page.
Public profile: the bio your students and prospective students will see. Learn more here.
Account: your account security options (password and email address), notification settings, and API clients (if any).
Revenue report: the instructor revenue report where you can track and review any sales your courses have made.
On the courses page you can see and access any courses you’ve created by either scrolling down to locate the course or by using the search tool and filters.
In addition, by moving your cursor over a specific course icon, you can access that course’s editing and management features. If the course is published, you can also navigate to its performance analytics, student information and reviews. If you wish to create a new course, simply click New Course to the right.
The Performance page includes extensive tools and analytics to help you track your course performance, learn about your students, and understand the overall impact you’re having on Udemy. Learn more here.
On the Resources page you can navigate to the Teaching Center, which includes instructor community news as well as extensive resources and tips related to course building and marketing. In addition, the Resources page includes links to the Instructor Community and the Help Center.