Not really, but I do wish Sololearn would change that.
It's been a request to Sololearn for months by some of its' userbase, but Sololearn still has yet to allow users to see the answers to expired challenges.
All you gotta do is take more challenges and hope the challenge isn't expired. If you see the same questions you saw on an expired challenge, try to think it through again an get another answer.
If this feature existed in SL previously and they got rid of it, I wonder what the reason is. Maybe some users just never completed challenges when they came across a difficult question and just waited till expiry to find the right answer because they didn't want to lose? Maybe this frustrated the challenge initiators who couldn't get any xp for their effort. Just guessing here.
How did you test it so quickly Anthony Quick ? And don't give me an answer like, "well, I'm Quick after all." Are you one of these people who make so many challenges expire that you have so many in your list or is it the others who caused them to expire? 😉
Janning⭐ if I am not mistaken, I have seen expired challenges within my completed list. Let's test this theory. Let me send you a challenge. Don't complete it on your end and check if you can see the expired one after 48 hours.
Katherina K. Expired challenges are not completed ones. They are challenges where at least one of the parties hasn't completely answered all questions. For these, SL does not allow you to view the correct answers for some reason.
Historically speaking (since I wasn't around before the option was removed), how were you able to view correct answers to expired challenges if expired challenges don't get recorded in your challenge history?