Duo Break Time: call for testers
Do your kids or students use duolingo on Google Chrome or a Chromebook?
If so you can help me test my Chrome extension which allows parents, teachers, or mentors in general to reward Duolingo activity with access to game sites, or YouTube, or whatever the student is interested.
The extension is here:
So far it's only open to those who have the URL, but I'll release it for the world once I'm satisfied that it works for most people.
"allows parents, teachers, or mentors in general to reward Duolingo activity" This app appears really good as a self motivator, so maybe you should market it a reward program for students (etc) and also as a way to allow people to reward themselves for Duolingo. When Esperanto is released, I'm going to see myself using this app a lot.
Here are a few small things:
It lets me put in www.duolingo.com as a blacklisted site, which causes a redirect loop. Probably just want to not allow the user to put in this URL at all.
It's not clear that I have to restart my browser for changes to take effect. I had to close all chrome windows and restart it before I was able to access youtube.com again after removing it from the list of disallowed sites.
When deleting sites, if I check multiple boxes, and then click Delete, they only seem to delete one at a time.
Two more things: - You should be able to choose the amount of lingots it costs to get 15 minutes. If the person has over a hundred lingots (which is easy if you're good at immersion) then 1 lingot isn't a whole lot. - (sorry if this sounds confusing) but as soon as you buy the 15 minutes, it uses it up even when you're not visiting the site. It would be a lot better to buy 15 minutes, but only have it used up when the person's on the site (I see this with a lot of other productivity site blockers).