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What's the benefit of sololearn pro?

I was looking for the information about sololearn pro and it only ask for payment without any info.

6/22/2019 2:47:25 PM

Matthew Fears

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It is good for the ones who came here to get followers/popularity. If you came here to learn , you don't need the "pro".


Wait, the pro tag means you have Sololearn Pro? Not that you are a pro?!?!?!


No ads See who viewed your profile Discover nearby learners edit: you also get a cool looking tag beside your name and in you profile saying you are pro


Just a pro tag with ad free. 🙋🏻‍♀️🙋


https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1708193/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1533615/?ref=app


I'm actually disappointed that people who have pro tags aren't people who are pros at programming...


I dont geddit...


Just a pro tag with ad free


With a SoloLearn PRO subscription, you will have an ad-free experience with access to a more customized experience that includes setting learning goals and access to personalized activity insights. On the social front, you can see who's viewed your profile and who's learning nearby.


That's what I saw on Google...


How does that help this discussion?


Why Sololearn created a Pro version? So their programmers get arrays... Get it? LOL.


People who are disliking this comment, shame on you. This person just simply does not know and wants to find out. You should stop doing this for what ever reason you have, be it to bring this question down in rank or to shame this person. Seeing such selfish people in the community saddens me.





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