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Armin Kadic
Armin Kadic
16,197 Points

100 days of code challenge tracking?

Hi!

How is it tracking the half an hour a day? Because I'm going over some older lessons that I already finished, just to refresh my knowledge. So I'm wondering if it's still tracking my studying time. Or is it only tracking when you study/watch new stuff, so it adds the time from every lesson until it gets to 30 minutes?

//Armin

1 Answer

Rick Gleitz
Rick Gleitz
45,706 Points

Hi Armin,

I did this a couple of years ago, and it seemed to be pretty much on the honor system. It's also not just a Treehouse thing. I think a part of it is that you are supposed to tweet about what you're doing every day (just a quick blurb). I didn't do that then, but it would help in keeping yourself accountable. I think anything you do, even review, would count.

Hope this helps!

Armin Kadic
Armin Kadic
16,197 Points

Hello Rick!

Thanks for the quick answer :) Unfortunately (or fortunately) I don't have twitter or any social media... but either way, I will try to stay active here as much as I can. Keeping the count of my days going will make me more motivated to study every day :)

Have a nice day/evening!