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Non-canon Memrise course suggestion & revision

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ervinjason
June 4, 2022

I have overseen the construction of the new Non-canon Memrise course, which is now open to everyone.

But we course editors (hiith, Foduiiz, and VaraX) need your help!

See, the non-canon inventions are ever-changing, and we can't quite keep track of all of the changes, and that's where you come in. If you know of a change that hasn't been updated in our course, then drop it in this thread or on the Memrise forum thread.

OR, if you just have an idea for it, also let us know! If we editors can be in (somewhat) agreement about it, then it shall be done.

We also welcome general feedback and questions on the course.

by ervinjason
June 4, 2022

I have overseen the construction of the new Non-canon Memrise course, which is now open to everyone.

But we course editors (hiith, Foduiiz, and VaraX) need your help!

See, the non-canon inventions are ever-changing, and we can't quite keep track of all of the changes, and that's where you come in. If you know of a change that hasn't been updated in our course, then drop it in this thread or on the Memrise forum thread.

OR, if you just have an idea for it, also let us know! If we editors can be in (somewhat) agreement about it, then it shall be done.

We also welcome general feedback and questions on the course.


thomas32
December 1, 2022

Courses you were working on used to be 'pinned' so they appeared on your dashboard, and all other courses were in a separate folder. In a classic 'improvement' to the user interface, this was removed...

In order to keep the courses I'm actively working on together, I use groups, but this doesn't work very well. Memrise forgets you were in a group when you exit a course; you can't review within the group.

I also created an animation video on Alight Motion about this idea. watching this I hope you will understand it.

 

by thomas32
December 1, 2022

Courses you were working on used to be 'pinned' so they appeared on your dashboard, and all other courses were in a separate folder. In a classic 'improvement' to the user interface, this was removed...

In order to keep the courses I'm actively working on together, I use groups, but this doesn't work very well. Memrise forgets you were in a group when you exit a course; you can't review within the group.

I also created an animation video on Alight Motion about this idea. watching this I hope you will understand it.