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|zac||I'd like to ask whether it is possible to mark a lecture as "unwatched", after it has been ticked? I've signed up a yearly subscription and was looking for a particular lecture on a joseki, and to find the right one I had to open a couple of lectures and watch a few minutes. Now those lectures are marked as watched- and I may get confused later on thinking that I have watched them when in fact I haven't.
|Darrell Malick||Hi Zac,
Well, no, that's not possible at the moment. Sorry. However, I have a possible suggestion for you. When I study, I watch lectures and add problem sets together. Then, if you have a joseki lecture marked as watched but no problem set enabled, that should be a pretty good clue. Good enough?
|zac||Thanks for the reply. What you have suggested is what I'm currently doing, although as some lectures don't have problem sets it doesn't always work. I do keep a paper journal of all my study though and can always check the dates against that, and I also think if I can't remember if I've watched a lecture months later and the topic is important to me I can always just watch it again! I was just hoping for a simpler solution :)|
|Darrell Malick||You're welcome. There's actually one more tool you have besides resorting to a paper journal. In "My Account" there's a tab (page) for Views History. This page lists your views and the date of the last view. This might help too.|
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