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https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Divyajot2

How many days have past

I have a question, how do you keep track of how many days you have worked on Duolingo? Is there something on the website that tells you? Or do you have to keep track manually. This question originally came to mind when I saw these Chats that say this is my __ day in Duolingo. Take this recent one by CoolStuffYT. It said this is my 500th day in Duolingo! Please tell me the answer if you know it. Love you Duolingo!!

January 13, 2018

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https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Woof.

Go to settings, press profile, then there should be a thing of the day you started Duolingo. Then simply calculate how long it has been since that date from today.

For example, I started on October 16, 2016, so I've been on Duolingo for 453 days.


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Divyajot2

Ok thanks for info!!


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Divyajot2

Thanks so much! I did my math and this is my 195th day on duolingo


[deactivated user]

    That would be the streak... the number next to the orange flame on the top bar.


    https://www.duolingo.com/profile/MasterZsword

    Well, if you have lost streaks in the past and have started new ones, there is no way to tell how many days you have actively used Duolingo. Unless, of course, you are able to remember every single streak you were able to maintain before you lost them. Then, it would be a matter of counting all of your streaks together.

    Or, if you have never lost a streak, then it would be clear how many days you have actively used Duolingo.


    [deactivated user]

      Sure, but the OP didn't specify if he meant different streaks or just where that stat is located on the site/app.


      https://www.duolingo.com/profile/MasterZsword

      The OP made a reference to a "500th day" post, which would be helpful to read. In that post, it has nothing to do with streaks but rather the amount of days since the user first started Duolingo. So, I think I also misinterpreted this post, too. ^ ^

      To answer Divyajot2's question, you would have to find your start date, which is located at the bottom of the settings area, located at the drop-down menu of your profile icon. Click "Profile" on the right, then you should see "Learning since" near the bottom and a date. You can do the math from there.


      [deactivated user]

        Yes, maybe you're right. Only the OP can tell what he's really after.

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