Sadly, it isn’t possible (technically) to reset one course only. We would appreciate if you let us know what challenge you are trying to address, I could pass it to my team.
To have a few new words each day, you need to finish your repeat stack (the words you've already seen, but which still need some reminding) and after that, our algorithm will give you new words.
Hope you're enjoying Lingvist so far!
To switch the sound on/off, go to Account on your iOS app and then click on the gear icon at the top-right corner. Then you can toggle the sound on or off clicking the circle icon on the right-hand side.
Be sure that your phone is not on mute, to change that, switch the button on the side of your device to a position where you can not see the orange color.
There is no way to do it in the app, but reach out to email@example.com and share with my colleagues (in greater detail) what "learning itch"/hypothesis you are trying to address/test by having this overview. Firstly, they will be glad to pass this information to the Product team, and secondly, they try to do their best helping learners whenever help is possible.
Hey @nicoschmidt, sorry you were left hanging without a reply for such a long time. I have taken a note of "making paid support option more prominent in the app". But as they say, every cloud has a silver lining.
If we were to talk about the Bluetooth issue 21 days ago, my response would have been "it is a low priority issue and is not queueing to be fixed". Today the answer is different. After a series of internal debates, and thanks to learners like you who reached out and let us know they are using Bluetooth phones, the priority of the issue has risen, and Product has taken a decision to have it fixed. Testing headphones have been ordered to the office, and our iOS engineer is due to start his investigation.
Hi @sofrank, it's great to hear you found the feature valuable. You do not currently see it because our product team is testing out another feature, marking cards as favourites, and for the duration of the experiment, the card sharing feature had to be taken down. When the experiment is over, the feature will likely come back, although might be in a different shape, whatever knowledge will be collected from the experiment.
@gisberth Hey hey, you are right - in the literal translation 'Willen und' would be there. However, "Will and testament" is a fixed term in English that simply translates to "Testament" in German. It would sound quite weird to say Willen und Testament. And as you are supposed to the learn the word "testament", you shouldn't be missing anything there.
I hope that helps.
All the best, Lisa
@stoil-stoyanov Thanks for pointing it out. I fixed this particular bug and simply changed the sentence for "tapfer". Just to let you know, we are also working on a more wholesome solution to various issues that include synonyms and are using the German course to test these over the next couple months.
If you notice anything else, please do post here. We love hearing from you! Liebe Grüße, Lisa
First of all, thanks for asking for more to learn! As long as there are learners asking for more, we surely have the reason to fill learning space. At the moment, unfortunately, I don't have any update for you about the linguistic plans. The Q4 plans are already in place, so it won't be until the new year that any new language pairs plans might pop up. Hope to keep you busy with the current state of affairs. Anyone who runs out of things to learn by the end of the year, pop me a message here. We will find a way to celebrate you