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Suggestion - Separable daily goals for different languages

I learn German in school, and I currently have my goal set at 50, and I use that for German. However, I try to learn other languages as well but then it loses the 'gamification' that makes Duolingo so good - I don't have a streak to lose, so why shouldn't I just leave it for today? As such, I've got German up to level 16, and three other languages at level one that I've done one or two lessons on. If I could set German at 50, and then other languages at 10 and they are kept track of separately (i.e. I have a German streak/XP per day and a different Russian streak/XP per day), I would probably be far more motivated to learn more than just the one language.

2 years ago

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Many people have requested this, but I think Duolingo will remain set up for the 'average user' who just learns one language.

I find it pretty easy to just remember whether I've done a language or not. I do them in the same order every day and then I know if I got to X language yet.

2 years ago