I have a few courses that have stayed in my “Continue Studying” section for weeks, I tried removing them a bunch of times but after refreshing they keep coming back. These are existing courses that I added to my library, not courses I imported myself.
Thanks for reporting. We will look into it.
Having the same issue.
I have this issue as well. To be honest, it makes me very reticent to explore new content I haven’t imported myself, because if I don’t end up wanting to use it, there’s no way for me to remove it, and all of these disused courses are cluttering up my “continue studying” area. I’d love to be able to try various courses and keep the ones I want to continue to use while completely eradicating the others from my account.
Any updates on this? Thanks.
100% agree with this.
No, not yet. It’s still a work in progress.
I’m running into a similar thing.
I understand that the UI is inspired by Netflix. It seems to me like maybe the disconnect is that the “Continue Studying” feature is trying to fill the role of two different Netflix features: “My List” and “Continue Watching.” In Netflix, “My List” is completely under my control, which makes it easy to use for organizing content I want to be able to quickly find again in the future. And “Continue Watching” is completely automatic, which makes it great for finding things I was in the middle of, because that way I don’t have to save it to be able to find it again.
But I think that that manual/automatic divide is key to how I use the features in Netflix. So, along similar lines, I think that LingQ trying to use one list to serve both purposes is why I’m having a hard time figuring out how to use it.
Is there an ETA for when this will be fixed? I currently have a large number of courses in my continue studying which makes it really difficult to navigate through them and find the ones I want to use.
We should hopefully push a fix for this soon.
Same problem. If it helps with troubleshooting, I’m using the latest version of Chrome on a PC, and I’ve deleted all of my Lingq cookies.
I have been trying to remove courses for months with no success.
It seems to have been fixed?
It seems fixed for me, although I have to first click “Add to Continue Studying,” even though they are already in the Continue Studying section, and then click again to remove them. They haven’t returned so far.