Accidentally clicked Spanish by hovering mouse. How to delete language?
I know this has been said before, but I think it is very odd you can't delete a language. Is it really like this?
In my case, I was accidentally hovering my mouse over the German flag (I'm learning German) and eventually clicked Spanish without intent. Now I have a new tab for a language I do not want to learn. How is there not a button for removing?
Please Duolingo team, fix this. It seems so simple.
Edit: Let me just add that I do not know any website where any simple user action such as this one is irreversible or at least partially reversible, especially on gamification-types (such as Duolingo). It's an unnecessary limitation and a bad user experience design, in my opinion. Please don't get me wrong, Duolingo is great and I am loving being an user, but this situation has stroke me as a bad thing.
Please, do make sure it's not as easy as a few clicks to delete one. Nobody would like his/her language tree deleted just because the account got hacked or was being used by a family kid.
I would suggest implementing a feature to "hide" a language tab/flag first. Not only would it be easy to implement, it leaves an option open for a user if he/she changes his/her mind. Thanks!
I second this! I spent way too long trying to figure out how to quit a language! I knew there HAD to be a way to do something so simple! A glaring annoyance in an otherwise wonderful app.
i'm third. it' annoying to have language you do not learn with no opportunity to delete it.