Please up-vote if you would like to have the CONJUGATION TABLES BACK INSIDE THE LESSONS. Thanks!
I know the conjugation tables still exist. They are now inside the Words Tab.
Some time ago, they were inside the lessons, which is exactly where we need them most. So while we were presented with a phrase, hovering the mouse over a verb would bring up the translations tooltip, which also contained a CONJUGATE BUTTON that would bring up the conjugation tables for that verb. So easy. So convenient. Right where we need them.
I used that feature a lot while studying the French tree. Many times for the same verb, until the patterns were fixed into my memory. Then at some point they disappeared. After studying the German tree without them, I realized I'm not so confident with German conjugations. I find myself taking time to remember even some forms of the modal verbs, when they should come instantly. I asked myself why? Well, because the Words Tab way is more time consuming, therefore I rarely go there.
Hover the mouse over the verb.
Click on Conjugate button.
Have the Words Tab opened in another browser tab. Change tab.
Find the verb. This is more complicated that it might seem. CTRL+F, then write the verb. Not all conjugated forms are there. Not all infinitives are there. Some verbs contain diacritics, so depending on your setup, you might have to find those first, otherwise your search would not return what you look for. Sometimes the conjugation tables are there (for example for "bin/bist/ist/sind/seid"), but sometimes they aren't (for example for "sein").
Let's say you found it (it doesn't always happen). Then click on it to get to its side panel, then click on More Details to get to the conjugation tables.
Finally change the tab again to go back to the lesson.
My question is not about Duolingo (freedom, reasons etc.). My question is about You, the learner, and your learning experience. I would like to have a learner's point of view.
Do you think your learning would be improved by having the conjugation tables inside the lessons?
Do you think your learning would be worsened? Why?
Would it make no difference to you?