As long as we do not support Marketplace payments, we do not make any commission on course sales inside our Marketplace.
 Our CMS allows Instructors to publish all important details about each course, upload materials, plan classes etc.
 We are working on it.
 Coming soon.
 Coming soon.
Our workspaces are actually full fledged cloud computers, this means that you can install any software you want using them. This freedom of choice is a key feature of Teamsharq, however it could also be used for illegal activities. As we do not want to limit your freedom, we ask you to provide a credit card details for verification.
Our platform provides performance on the cloud, which comes at a cost. For now, as a startup, we decided to focus on specific geographical regions. However, we hope this will change soon.
No. Your course can be either public or private. This means you can take advantage of all the functionality of our platform, such as workspaces, publishing a syllabus, managing your calendar, and adding course materials, without having to publish your offer in our Marketplace. That allows you to give your students a link so they can sign up for your course, and, for example, collect the payment somewhere else.
Adding functionality related to student payments processing is at the top of our to-do list. At this point, you can post your offer in our Marketplace, but the payment itself must be handled in another way. We do not charge any commission on signups through the Marketplace.
Yes. Technologically we are ready to run Windows-based workspaces, however we are working on legal issues related to Microsoft licensing fees.
Yes. At this point, we are providing Ubuntu Linux workspaces, but will add more distributions to choose from at a later date.
Yes, at this point instructor can choose from several workspace snapshots containing pre-installed software for different programming languages or technologies and update them with additional software for each student on their own. In the future it will be up to instructors to build their own course snapshot and replicate it for students as they wish.
In our platform, it is up to the instructor to decide when to launch the workspaces for each student. Let's assume the course starts in 3 days. The instructor has already received payment from all but one student. So he launches workspaces for everyone who has paid. We only charge for launched workspaces.
Yes, workspaces are available 24/7 throughout the course.
You can also use our workspaces for other purposes, such as remote teamwork or technical recruitment. It is all up to you. The general idea is that we don't focus on teleconferencing features (although they are present), but on the content itself, so our platform is a great solution wherever software is a key component.