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is there a way to know what lessons I have already seen? (suggestion?)


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2015-10-20 16:42
pietrosperoni Hello :-).

I am very happy to be here.

I just ended seeing the New Step by Step course. Although I am 10 kyu (12 on IGS), I started with the 30-20 course as I never had formal training.

Now I would like to see the other lectures for this level. I have seen there is a study guide with lessons I am invited to see. But the lessons are so much, I am afraid soon not to remember which lessons I have seen and which one I still need to watch.

Is there a way to know which lessons I have already seen?

Also it would be useful to know ahead the length of a lesson and if it has a training set associated. In this way I could more easily decide which lesson to watch next.

Many thanks
Pietro

2015-10-20 17:05
Darrell Malick Hello Pietro :-) Glad you're here! Good news: 1) Yes, you can see what lectures you have watched by going to the "My Account" page and looking at the "Views History" tab. But even better - VERY SOON it will be simpler - there will be a checkmark next to the lectures you have watched, as well as some other new, helpful features. The same is true for the problem sets - soon you will see the problem sets and the lectures in the same display, so it will be obvious. Finally, the length of the lectures is listed on the page you visit to launch a lecture, so you can see it before you start. Let me know if you have any other questions!

2015-10-20 17:18
pietrosperoni Thanks Darrell. VERY happy about the checkmark next to the lectures. And yes, I knew the length is written in the page just before entering the lecture. But when you have a long list of lectures, it is a bit difficult to open each one. So maybe my suggestion would be in the display that you are preparing to also add a column with the lecture time :-).

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