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General Discussion

How can I go back and review a lesson or track I've already completed?

I'm looking for something specific that was taught in an earlier lesson from another track and the only thing I can find is the summary of badges and points.

3 Answers

From the "Tracks" page, click on the name of the track that you worked in, find the course, a window will popup with a summary and a "review course" button. Click that to take you to the list of all the videos, challenges, and tests you've already completed in that course.

Hi Maureen,

It sounds like you might be looking on the Profile page.

If you click on the Track name from the Tracks page (https://teamtreehouse.com/tracks), then click on the name of the course, you should see a pop up box with a button that reads "Review course". Click on that button and it will show you your achievements. If you click on one of the achievements it will expand the list of lessons. The completed lessons will have a green circle with a white check mark. You should be able to click on the name of the lesson and it will open.

Well said, Jade! :)

Thanks. I'm in my first track and hadn't realized that courses are subsets of tracks. I was lost because I was looking for a course, which wasn't appearing under tracks. And the track info was off the viewable page.

You'll get a kick out of my questions... I'm an absolute newbie. Product marketing: I can spec functionality, but have never coded. (It drives me crazy that I can't code!) I am working on a start-up and need to understand more about the technologies we'll need to deploy.