Words list for Japanese
I've noticed how the Spanish course I'm taking has a list of all the Spanish words I've used, but I don't see anything like that for Japanese. if it hasn't happened because Japanese is so complex due to the astounding number of characters the language has, then that's understandable. but still, I would like to see a page listing all the characters and words that I've learned so far
Only been 4 days since the last time someone posted about this. ^^;
Step 1. Switch to Spanish course.
Step 2. Click "Discussion".
Step 3. Duplicate tab. (So you now have two web browser tabs, both of which on the Spanish course and both viewing the Discussion page.)
Step 4. Current tab: Switch to Japanese course. (Can close this tab once it loads.)
Step 5. Other tab: Click "Words".
omg, it worked!!! now I know what to do whenever I wanna read on the list of Japanese words I've learned. But if users of Duolingo had to figure this out, then why hasn't the staff added a link that takes you directly to the list of Japanese words you've learned?
Unfortunately this seems to have stopped working. Presumably since the course exited beta? It was working before but I just cant get it to work anymore :/ Kind of a shame
Yep. With the new forums update that Duo is gradually rolling out to people: if you're now on the updated version of the forums, then following those steps exactly will not work for you anymore.
↑ Here's my recently updated step-by-step guide -- one which will work for everyone regardless of which version of the forums they are on. ^^
Hey there Jonathan, I believe this is because the Japanese course is still in beta, meaning it's not fully finalised right now, if you think this should be added, try these links to get this noticed a bit more! https://www.duolingo.com/topic/1 https://www.duolingo.com/comment/8000024 Don't worry, but are links to DuoLingo forums, and they shouldn't take you off the site. Personally, I agree, it would be very beneficial to add a section, much like the Spanish course, where you can see what characters/words you've learned. Happy Learning!
Thanks for the info! Though I do wonder if there is a way that I could contribute to something like that, y'know, like contributing to the Duolingo Incubator. There probably isn't, since it's a more advanced process than the Incubator, but maybe I'm wrong, who knows?