This article reviews how to report content on Teachable.
Teachable is a platform for creators to share knowledge with their students. As a course platform, we provide content guidelines to ensure that Teachable remains a safe and positive place for our creators and their students.
In this article, you can find information on:
- Teachable’s content guidelines, and how to identify if content is in violation of our guidelines
- How to report content that violates the guidelines
You can find our guidelines on the Content Guidelines page. These guidelines apply to all schools and their content created and hosted on the Teachable platform.
Our content guidelines are intended to provide additional information on our content standards and are non-binding. This means that:
- The type of content listed as well as the examples provided are not exhaustive.
- Content not listed in the content guidelines should not necessarily be interpreted as acceptable (even if it probably is).
- Reporting content that is prohibited doesn’t guarantee that the content, the lecture, the class, or the school will be taken down.
The content guidelines do not cover concerns over copyright or trademark infringement. If you believe that content on the platform violates your intellectual property, please submit a DMCA takedown notice form or Trademark complaint form, respectively.
NOTE: Should you believe that any content puts you or another person in immediate danger, please contact your local law enforcement.
Please include the following details in your report:
- Reason for report: why you think Teachable should investigate
- URL of the page(s) where the content is located
- Any other relevant information
For privacy and security reasons, we will not be able to disclose any decisions or actions taken following our investigation.