There should be a way to read all of the "Tips and Notes" in one place
Perhaps an ebook, PDF, or one single wiki page with a Table of Contents. It's happened before that upon starting a course the initial assessment places me high enough that I skip over many levels that have useful "Tips and Notes". As a result, I don't discover them until much later when I'm trying to level up after completing more advanced lessons. To be honest, I would have just read all the way through such a "text book"and it would have helped me immensely. Or even just for review purposes or to create my own notes.
The Tips and Notes should be made downloadable as files on their own, or posted elsewhere in addition to their current use.
Yes, good tip!
But please be aware that Sitesurf, is currently updating all French tree3 grammar notes separately on the French discussion forum and is creating new threads per each skill!
For some reason the "explanation" variable with html text formatting of our "extended user profile" has not been updated for the skills, so Duome.eu could read it and update its cache.
Sitesurf's announcement in "French trees explained": https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/29069435$comment_id=29384053
French Grammar: Tips and Notes "Update": https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/29888394
Thank you, Thomas. Next year I want to "refresh" my French, I will study Sitersurf's Notes.
If you wish an ebook, here (https://www.reddit.com/r/duolingo/comments/56f75e/howto_download_all_tips_notes_for_your_language/) is quite easy way how to do it. Also, Calibre has tool for editing ebooks so you can add your notes or make the book prettier for the print for example :)