Summary / time statistics (total hours/days/weeks/ average...) possible feature
I've seen that some of the other learning apps have an interesting feature, it's not something that would enhance language learning but I think that it would be cool to have.
The point is that there is a statistic where the user can see how much time has he spent doing the exercises. I thought it would make a lot of people really proud and fell better when they see how much time they have spent and also it's a good metrics, if we can't measure something we can't manage it. I am extremely grateful for all that Duolingo is doing, especially now (levels, stories etc). Any like minded people? ps sorry for the long post
I am a bit shocked for my finished PT tree:
XP Total: 12093 XP
That is only total "101 hours" for a little bit more than a year.
Would be very nice to see (as Non-Pro) my study time across all Portuguese Memrise courses, where I reviewed words and sentences daily / weekly...much more than on DuoLingo ;)
This metric is provided by the experience points (XP).
It is not easy to give this metric reliably as a time. How would it know you hadn’t paused your study mid exercise to go and have a coffee or a meal or just chatting with friends and family? Or any other reason for that matter.
The more statistics the better.
And when it comes to XP as a metric, Duolingo still falls short. I've been logging XP through a script but have forgotten to transfer the script o Chrome Canary, thus I do not know my XP gain for the period of november 27th to december 15th, and it's currently impossible to look back more than 7 days (insert unhappy emote here). Almost every single other day I still have my xp gain logged.
Edit: nvm, I actually added the script to Chrome Canary but hadn't "activated" it but seemingly Chrome Canary did it automatically (which basic Chrome didn't). Odd, but awesome, I've got my xp stats! xD (Logarithmic y-axis, blue is daily, red is biweekly average, dark orange is a 3 week average, light orange is a smoothened 3 week average, 0's are shown as 50)
I like your idea, and added three screenshots above in answer to piguy3.
May I suggest to rephrase the subject name by editing your text to include "Summary / time statistics", "counting day/week/total minutes", etc.?
Nobody will ever find your thread again - even not with the help of search engines, if it only has the name "possible feature".
I also want to suggest to additionally submit this thread under Help / submit report so it gets a ticket id assigned (and hopefully be read by any DuoLingo staff).
Thomas, I wasn't able to find the submit report option, so I posted on some other discussions and posted in my course (made a mistake on purpose and posted there). Could I bother you to submit the thread to help/ submit report (since I did't find it) ? Thank you in advance :) ps it the title better now or you had other idea ?
The title is great and I stumbled across this thread (with the nice title) today again in the Google search results.
I have not submitted it yet as "Other" as it is your thread (mayb something like a "request", not sure if this dedicated topic is available to choose from): https://support.duolingo.com/hc/en-us/articles/204728264-How-do-I-report-a-bug-
It obviously is not a "bug".
So sad that we never receive any confirmation comments directly from staff about feature-/change requests...