Duolingo please bring back the Swedish Vocabulary List!!!!!! It makes a huge difference!

April 21, 2017


I never knew there was one. When did it disappear?

April 21, 2017

Yes!!!! I can't up vote this enough!!! It would be so helpful.

April 21, 2017

There is a trick that works. For me, I can see my words section on my Spanish page. What I do is:

-First I open my Spanish page where I can see the words section enlisted on the top

-Then I open a new Duolingo page on a new tab on my browser and switch from the Spanish to Swedish

-Lastly I open the previous tab where is still the Spanish page open and click on the words section.

-You should be seeing your Swedish words list again

April 22, 2017

Wow, that worked great. Although, it makes it seem even stranger that Swedish does not have a button to access the Words list directly.

April 27, 2017

Ganska obegripligt!

May 1, 2017

It does not work for me. :( I wonder what I am doing wrong.

April 26, 2017

Katzenperson - perhaps you did it in a slightly different order like I tried the first time (and it didn't work), but it did when I tried it differently (the second time obviously being what Mashkasium meant):

OK go and change your language to Spanish. Then click 'home' so that you've got "Home - Words - Activity - Discussion" at the top. DO NOT click anything else. (the first time, my mistake was to actually go into the words section... DON'T do that, just leave it at home.) Then, in a different tab, go to your settings, change your language to Swedish and SAVE that and wait until it says "Saved!" Then click back on your other tab that has Spanish open. It hasn't refreshed so it still "thinks" you're in Spanish (or, more accurately, it's still showing that screen). So the "words" section is still there second from the left. Click that section, voila or should I say, varsagod!

May 1, 2017


April 22, 2017

I tried doing the hack again (I assume that's what you're talking about) and it works fine. What problem are you having?

April 24, 2017
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