Logout and save progress

Logout and save progress
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#1

Hi,

I just signed up on freecodecamp.
I’d like to know how can I logout from my account once I finished to study?

Will my progress be save automatically?

Thank you very much


#2

Ok sorry.

I just signed up to GitHub and link my profile to FCC, now I can logout and seems my progress are saved.

thank you


#3

Your completed challenges will always be saved to your account. One thing to keep in mind is that if you have a challenge that you are still working on, you should save a copy of your code. You can save it in a text editor on your computer, use GitHub, or something like repl.it. The code in the FCC challenge editor is saved in your browsers local storage.


#4

Ok,
Thank you very much!


#5

How can I save my challenges map progress to my GitHub account?
I did 40 challenges already and I don’t want to lose all my progress.

Thank you


#6

I may not have explained clearly, but any challenges that you’ve done are saved to your FCC account. I was just talking about challenges that you may have to stop in the middle of (this can happen when you get to the advanced stuff). There isn’t a way to send code directly from FCC to your github, but you can copy it and save it as a gist or learn how to use your repository. (GitHub has some good tutorials for this)


#7

Ok, I got it.

Thank you very much!