"Words" tab missing

In some languages (like French, for example) you can see an overview of the words you've already learned by clicking on the "Words" tab (between the "Home" tab and the "Activity" tab). But in other languages (like Danish, for example) that important tab is missing. Why?

October 12, 2014


It's because Danish is in Beta. Once it is released out of Beta, then there'll probably be a words tab.

October 12, 2014

ok, thanks. that's what i though the reason would be. so i hope they soon improve it to alpha.

October 12, 2014

Try this:

  1. Switch to a course with a words tab (French, German, etc.)
  2. Open a new browser tab, go on duolingo and switch to a course without words tab (Dutch, Irish, Danish)
  3. Go back to the first browser tab and click on the words tab. You should now see the word list of the course chosen in step 2.
October 12, 2014

Wow, that's awesome! Have some lingots for that.

October 12, 2014

Awesome tip!!! Thank you so much! :D

November 3, 2016

GREAT! thanks. :)

October 12, 2014

Error 404

December 1, 2014


January 6, 2018

My results, July 2015: The words list shows the same number of words as the other (full) language used, and all of them are at full strength. Some words are "<*sf>", and without a translation on mouse-over (maybe an artifact of using a reference language, but their true nature is probably not important). The list is missing words I learned today. I can't seem to find any words I don't recognize. Not a bad hack, though -- there are words, and they have the correct translations on mouseover.

July 3, 2015

There actually around halfway there to be released out of Beta. ;) You can watch here:

October 12, 2014

But my words tab won't even show up on german! How do I fix that? I really need to know.

March 13, 2016

Same!!! Like I have no idea how to conjegate verbs in German and apparently my little cousin gets it on his German but I nor my little sister can get it

August 15, 2018

Im not sure why yours does this, change your topic to TROUBLESHOOTING so the staff can spot/fix/anwser you sooner.

October 12, 2014
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