Once I’ve finished reading a lesson that I particularly enjoyed, I always add it to a playlist for future listening practice. I’m sure that’s what most of us do.
A few days ago I noticed that my ‘continue studying’ space was becoming rather full, and so I went through it and deleted everything I no longer want to see (since I no longer actively study any of the material, just passively listen to the content in my playlist). I only want content in that section that I am actually going to study i.e. open the lesson and look up words. I find it very difficult to find the content I actually want to study when there are too many lessons there. I was horrified to discover though that this ‘tidying’ action deleted everything from my playlists! Literally everything. It took me forever to go back through and find and re-add to the playlists. Adding to the playlists re-added to ‘continue studying’ section, and it also zeroed the number of times I’d listened to each lesson.
I don’t think I’ve ever noticed the app do that before… in fact, I’m almost certain I used to be able to delete lessons from the ‘continue studying’ section and have them remain in my playlists. Am I wrong?
I’m now again struggling to find the content I actually want to study, because the ‘continue studying’ section is full of content I don’t study anymore.
Depending on whether this is intentional or not, this message is either a bug report or it’s a feedback request to have playlists unlinked with ‘continue studying’.