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Marc-Oliver Gern
Marc-Oliver Gern
8,747 Points

It would be great to see the code you written in the Code Challenges

Since it always gave me extra insights into some problems.

3 Answers

Marc-Oliver Gern
Marc-Oliver Gern
8,747 Points

Hi Ben, basically. The code challenge describes some steps and frames it a bit differently – but exactly that, helps me sometimes to understand what I just did, .... following along the video instructions. ... and quite often I find myself just "following" video instructions and not thinking at all. Code challenges are like "notes" to me.

Ben Jakuben
Ben Jakuben
Treehouse Teacher

Okay, I see. Seems like we could potentially add a button to download all the files with the code you've added. I'll add it to our list of feature requests. Thanks for the feedback!

Marc-Oliver Gern
Marc-Oliver Gern
8,747 Points

That would be great, Ben. Sorry – if I used the forum post to add a feature request. Is there a better place for feedback?

Ben Jakuben
Ben Jakuben
Treehouse Teacher

Not at the moment, but it's good to use the Forum in case other students want to chime in. :)

Ben Jakuben
STAFF
Ben Jakuben
Treehouse Teacher

Do you mean how to save your own code for future reference? It's usually very similar to what is covered in the videos, but I could see how this could be useful to look back on.