Recently my learner activity was 95%. I successfully completed a few lessons but my stat dropped. Now it is 77%. So instead of gaining 2% I lost 20%.
I'm not making this up. I have a screen of my progress taken last year. My stat was 87%, which was even more that now. Here is the link to my post, proving my claim:
This is my current stats:
Learning in Sololearn is a Progressive in nature..... its like a Chain Marketing if you don't put in effort it gonna drop...... don't forget Sololearn is an ONLINE platform.......
where you need to push forth to see yourself on top 😉
My opinion i can show you through an example.
Like if you have 4 course done from 5 that means 80%, but if they put 3 more new courses to the 5, then your finished 4 courses would be only 4/8, so 50% of the total progress.
That's all. 😉
Hello Sololearners ☺!
I have some good news. My learner stat has suddenly risen to 82%, which is good, but it's just a fraction of what I lost. And the most curious thing is I haven't done anything for this. I didn't do any lessons AT ALL. Is SL trying to negotiate with me 😄?
I really doubt the courses I haven't finished yet will be enough to get me 100%. So I should probably wait and do some other activities.
A little update. After rising to 82%, my learner activity stat dropped back down to 77%. That's odd because again I didn't do anything learning related.
Since I posted this question, I only played challenges in HTML. And the HTML course hasn't been updated since 2018. I think I don't really care any more. I'd better play and code more. I just wanted to complete each stat one by one.
Anyways, I want to thank everyone who took part in this Q&A and posted their answers, even duplicates 😀.
Happy coding ☺!
You're welcome Donthack 😄 and thank you for being so supportive. Also sorry for the delay 😊.
I think think there's some misunderstanding ☺. I told that I'm not giving up on Sololearn and I'm not upset about this bug. Although I don't think it's OK. The problem is not solved yet.
Other learners, like Dron Solarice, still share their experience in this Q&A. So I guess I should leave it open.