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Esperanto "words" functionality?

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In my German tree, I have a nifty "words" functionality, where it lists all the words I've seen and their strengths. Is something like that coming to Esperanto?

Thanks!

3 years ago

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Duo plans to add this feature to all courses.
The thing is that courses teaching on of the languages EN, FR, DE, ES, IT and PT (the first languages for which a course has been created) work on a different system than all the other course. It's an older system that was created before Duo even start to imagine what will become the incubator. During the creation of the incub., they estimated that their current system wasn't fitted for having volunteers creating the courses. They thus changed their system, but the languages that already had at least one tree stayed on the other one.
The result is that the way to create courses for 1 of the 6 "first languages" and for others is not (exactly) the same in the incub and, consequently, that some website/course features are easier to do for one category and other features are easier for the other.
For example, setuping the Words section is harder for the courses with the more recent system. That's why those course still don't have Words section (well, last time I checked none of those have it, but maybe it changed?).

3 years ago