Pure Application of Skills Based Approach

To accomplish the cycling and working with skill sets simultaneously, the app uses instances. An instance is not necessarily bound in time. An instance is also unstructured in the sense you define them ; for example, an instance could be tasking for a day (as show in a later video), a course, semester, or personal goals.
The app provides a deep onboarding process to help discover and target skills. As the video shows, there is a Skills Parser, personality profiler, career and course finder, etc. all to aid a person in finding necessary skills . It is easy to add, remove, and pivot with skills as goals and requirements change.
Responsive Skill Sets
Building on the previous videos, (you) already added skills and get the methodology, this video shows how a student might setup instances for a semester . But this could also be a training module or any type of learning.
Signaling Skills
The third stage (Presenting) introduces signaling skills as you prepare, work on, and complete tasks. The advantage is by sharing progress with peers, teacher, professors, mentors, etc., you create flow.. The apps support texting, emailing tasks and instances.
Once you get familiar with the app interface, you might choose to set preferences: what happens when you swipe left or right, what actions appear for a stage, or when you backup and synch.
While using the apps on a mobile device usually makes sense, there are times you might need to manage Skill Based Approach on larger tables on a desktop screen. There is a synching process between the apps and the main website. It is also possible to view the same app interface from a standard website interface.