Lessonly Review

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Lessonly At A Glance

Good: An intuitive and flexible interface with drag and drop capabilities, making course and report creation simple for any user.
Bad: A relatively young product, so there are limitations to its features. However, the team and support staff work diligently to address any issue that arises.
Bottom Line: Lessonly is a Web-based, single-platform LMS with simple course creation, sharing and tracking tools that allows white labeling for company branding in learning material.

Product Overview

Lessonly is a Web-based learning management system (LMS) that allows companies to easily create lesson plans and courses, distribute training material and track success through a simple-to-use single platform.

The content created with Lessonly’s robust authoring tools is compatible with mobile devices, allowing users to train from anywhere at any time. White labeling also gives your company the ability to customize training material to remain consistent with your brand.


Lessonly’s LMS features can be divided into three categories: Build, Learn and Track.


All of Lessonly’s package levels allow unlimited content creation and course assignment. Drag and drop capabilities make building lessons simple for all types of users.

Below are some of the notable lesson-building features:

  • Content widgets
  • Mobile configuration
  • Course creation
  • Collaborative lesson building
  • White labeling

With Lessonly’s all-encompassing online learning tools, your company can easily and effectively close the knowledge gap between employees, partners and clients.

Some features that improve user experience and increase engagement are:

  • Lesson and course assignment
  • Notifications and reminders
  • Single sign-on
  • Learner self-registration
  • User and assignment API

From storing completion records to reporting on learning outcomes, Lessonly’s LMS modules help your company keep track of it all.

Lessonly has various tools for users. For example, the gradebook offers a full view of your learning data in one spot, and the open API lets you connect to other systems (like Salesforce and Zendesk) to see the training’s impact on productivity and performance.

The following tools help users track and share learning data:

  • Gradebook
  • Progress reports
  • Reporting API
  • Webhook
  • Collaborative data sharing

Target Market

Lessonly aims to help a variety of companies improve employee performance by giving them the ability to create high-quality training material, along with sharing and tracking tools.

Below is a list of 10 customers:

  • Birchbox
  • ModCloth
  • Movoto
  • Peddle
  • Thumbtack
  • OurHealth
  • Simple
  • Lyft
  • TinderBox
  • Angie's List

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When you sign up for a free 15-day trial, Lessonly offers implementation services to help get your company up and running.

Customer Service & Support

Lessonly’s support staff is available to address questions and concerns via live online chat, phone or email. A resource repository of guides and blog posts is also available for customers to use at their convenience.


Disclaimer: We sourced public information for Lessonly’s pricing including its own site. The information was accurate at the time of the review’s publication, however, Lessonly no longer publishes its pricing.

Lessonly bases its pricing on the pay-per-learner approach that’s common with many LMSs. There are four subscription plans (prices are listed as monthly, though they’re billed annually):

Basic: The Basic plan is $300 per month and covers up to 20 learners. It includes these features:

  • Unlimited lessons
  • Ability to build, share and track content
  • Ability to add groups and build courses

Plus: The Plus plan costs $750 a month for up to 75 learners. There is an $1,000 onboarding fee. This plan covers all the features in the Basic plan plus:

  • Client experience manager
  • User roles
  • Custom branding
  • Webhook
  • Resource lessons
  • PDF exporting
  • Learning library
  • Integration to Slack

Growth: The Growth plan is $1,250 per month and covers up to 200 learners. There is a $2,000 onboarding fee. In addition to all features of the Plus plan, the Growth plan includes:

  • Automation
  • Single sign-on
  • Application program interface (API)
  • Advanced learning library
  • Integrated screen recording

Enterprise: The Enterprise plan is for companies with over 200 learners. Pricing is not available for this plan, so you’ll have to contact Lessonly for a quote. The plan includes all features of the other three plans, plus custom integration and custom content.


Lessonly is a young company and realizes its software limitations. But it works diligently to reduce these limitations and build out the full functionality of each feature. Customers have noted the support staff is quick to address issues as they occur.


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Lessonly was founded in 2012 by Max Yoder, starting as a nonprofit called The First Fund.

Building off a passion for high-quality training to close the skills gap and engage employees, the Lessonly team created a learning management solution that’s helped many companies effectively create, distribute and track the success of their training material.

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