https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Brett1987

Somehow I lost my streak, even though I logged in and meet my daily goals and on time?

Can someone explain how according to my app and the webpage I didn't log in and do any lessons yet somehow my progress from the past two days was saved? So I made progressed passed lessons and apparently didn't log in?

August 12, 2018

2 Comments


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

Your daily goal is set to 50 XP.

Please, have a look at your "Daily Goal" graph on www.duolingo.com


General tips

Unfortunately, Duolingo's servers can be very slow in synchronizing the data on your device and the databases on their servers.

Advice

1) Never log out Duolingo or your device before you have forced the synchronisation:

  • App:
    Select another course in the App
    Tap the flame icon to check if it still shows "You've met your daily goal"

  • www.duolingo.com:
    Refresh your browser.

2) Check the synchronisation in your unofficial but very useful progress page
www.duome.eu/username/progress

3) More tips in
"Checked on your Streak freeze today?"
https://www.duolingo.com/comment/24771557

August 12, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Brett1987

I did not take a screen shot but I gained 5 levels in greeting 3 (lvl 10) and got to gold yesterday (Saturday)? So how did I not hit the 50 points? and the day Prior I got to lvl 5 in greetings 3 (Friday). Looking at my graph it says I did 40 and 10 pts, But clearly I did at least 100 pts over the past two days, in order to get level 5 on greetings 3. I passed 2 class/level things today, and yet it only says I did 10 pts today? I am in china but still I haven't had any issues so far, till today. And when I checked my status yesterday I was at day 23 on my streak and yet today it says I lost my streak two days ago on Friday. It is Sunday here now. So apperently i used my streak freeze on Friday then did only 10 points on Saturday?

Yet greetings 3 is gold and all my progress is stored, so when did I get to that if not over the past two days?

August 12, 2018
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