(this is not a bug. but also not a good feature). revisiting completed challenges takes me more time than actually completing them.
scenario 1: revisit some of the challenges
I completed some challenges. I want to revisit some of them. it is not easy to find the spesific lesson headline. assume I’m just looking for a tiny bit of code example.
there’s map view but headings doesn’t tell me spesific feature I’m looking for.
1- it could be just added [previous page] [next page] under every “completed” challenge page so we can be faster and easily navigate. [FIXED http://beta.freecodecamp.com]
2- give users an ability to pin a map view on challenge page. so they don’t have click and open again and again and again when they are revisiting. [FIXED http://beta.freecodecamp.com]
3- when revisiting a challenge one needs to know where he/she is on the map. map doesn’t show that (on that condition maybe the headline could be bold or something?). so he/she always looks first the challenge headline at the right top then looks this time on the map on the left side and try to find same headline so he knows where he is on the map. time consuming.
edit: added below:
scenario 2: revisit all challenges for a quick look. just like reading a reference book but fast.
1- a cheat sheet is slowly built (actually it is always there but only opens when a challenge is completed) while the user complete the challenges. in the end user has a cheat sheat for completed challenges. or at the very start users are informed that they should take their lecture notes. (I’m writing this while I’m completing challenges and taking important and must learn code notes to another outside document… in the end I at least have some quick notes to look at.)