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Sololearn algorithm for sending new challengers

I have been experiencing the challenges invitations more often just in the last few days and the number of invitations I have has simply exploded. I currently have more than 100 challenges invitations, and definitely I will not be able to do all of them, specially because when I finish a challenge, I am invited for another 10 more. Thus I was wondering if it is the same for most of the other Sololearn users.

9/25/2020 1:39:20 PM

Sarah Ashfield

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It's not sololearn's algorithm that makes people send you challenges. Keep ignoring those challenges for months and you'll realise those people will stop sending more challenges cos then they're just tired of you

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Sarah Ashfield if acquiring XP is your goal, then by all means accept the invites. I was like that too in my earlier days.

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The more you play the more invitations you receive.

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It isn't ,I hardly get any challenge from anyone even tho i have been here for months

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You don't need to complete all.

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Try to respond to just one or zero of them a day. That will really kill the invitations.

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It's user decision to challenge others. SoloLearn bot only challenge a person if they are not active on challenges for more than 3 or 4 days.. If you are asking about random selection, then also algarithm select a random person on active challenger there.. A person can send upto 20 challenges per hr i guess, if those are cleared then again you can send more.. See top learners in Web version, there are trying more than 1000xp easily in a day by challenges.. And I guess they only get 1xp on win.. So they doing more 1000 challenges a day easily.. I also wonder how they do..?...

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Sonic I was just very surprised. The invitations are not bodering me, and rate of my acceptance has been allowing me to raise about 800 XPs a day.

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Sonic Do you think that my level or my history of victories contribute to other users to decide whether or not to challenge me?

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Sarah Ashfield it maybe the history of recent challenge activity that determines the number of invitations. Maybe the number of victories has a small part to play in the algorithm but as SL doesn't publish it all you can do to find out is to experiment with it treating the algorithm as a black box.

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Just ingore if you don't want to answer.. then those don't do challenge again.. I only get <5 a day.. If you do a challenge through a play section, then your profile will be added a d stayed there until you are active in challenge so more people see and challenge you.. You can also block others if you want. Some on epic badge hunting, challenge to less level profiles for winning..

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Sarah Ashfield yes I don't really do challenges ,I thought you were talking about getting whole lot of challenges without challenging anyone or so!!

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Abhay I got a whole lot of challenges just after challenging a single friend twice.

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U r lucky then coz they r great xp boosters . I have been on SoloLearn for 5 days and have got only 3 challenges since joining. And mind you this is when I have completed HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Java from SoloLearn itself .

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Abhay But have you ever invited anyone? Do you usually accept challenges? I think it may boost your exposure among other users.

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Jayakrishna🇮🇳 I am not willing to block anyone. It is not annoying me. However, I wasn't expecting that Sololearn's algorithm could boost so high the number of invitations I receive.

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I think that is depends on who wanna challenge you. If those challenges are from other users I don't think sololearn has anything to do with that.

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