Eek - it looks like you guys found the website before it was ready for the world!
We've been testing the Tinycards website internally and as some of you saw, it's almost ready! There is still a lot of bug-squashing and polishing to do though, so we appreciate your patience as it'll be just a few more weeks until launch. You can stay tuned for updates on our Facebook page, and we'll be sending out emails to everyone who signed up to be notified on our splash page: http://tiny.cards
Thanks for all of your support and enthusiasm. We're really excited for Tinycards on web as well!
Karin, will Tinycards ever support user-recorded audio? I know it's a feature other flashcard apps have and the current audio algorithm doesn't always produce accurate translations (in Japanese, at least). In the mean time, to whom do we report issues with the audio on Tinycards?
Is it working for you right now?
EDIT: Sometimes the javaconole does returns an error (but not always):
Uncaught ReferenceError: duo is not defined at script.js:1
(anonymous) @ script.js:1
Although it did try to force me to follow people - continue button was disabled - so had to bypass the start process. I think I should have bypassed that bit automatically as I am already a user. Just first day jitters you expect in a new product - not a big deal.
I had the opposite problem, where I selected the wrong option to the first question ("Student") and then tried to go back in the browser but instead went back to the last page entirely (outside of Tinycards), and then when I visited it again I could not go through the start process again, which actually I rather wanted to do to get started. Does anybody know whether it is possible to go through that process again somehow in such a situation?
They're just the main educational accounts! Chineasy and TinyHistory and Duolingo. And anyway, you only have to follow one. But you can always unfollow them on the next page, I think.
If you're not following anyone, then you won't automatically see updates (new decks) from them. It's like subscribing to someone on YouTube. If you don't subscribe to their channel you won't hear about any new videos unless you check their channel every week for them.
Hope you understood all of that :/
They will delete lessons like they have deleted immersion, and replaced it by tiny cards.
Tiny cards are not useful here, because they can be found on other sites, and they are far better than here. Here they are not good, they give misleading translations. On a site like ReadLang, they are good, because the system is not the same than here. It's not suitable here.
There are many levels in which you can learn in (For example, basics, phrases, foods, etc.). I see that you are already on level 5 in spanish. Using this app is quite simple, each time you complete a set of levels you can move on to the next set. If you want serious help on how to use more of duolingo, go to the form, or search it in help [which is under your name].
"The Tinycards website is launching next Thursday!"