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Allan Byrd
Allan Byrd
426 Points

Reviewing a Previous Stage

When I started work on my course today, I wanted to go to Stage 2 for review and make some changes in my workspace that I had neglected. I could not find a way to navigate back to previous stage. How do I do that?

1 Answer

Go to the track link in the upper left corner of the browser window. It should have the track name (e.g. Rails Developer or Front-End Web Developer) and a left-arrow symbol. It will take you back to the main page of the track you are on. Across the top of that page you should see your progress bar for your track and two long buttons "Resume Track" or "Leave Track" (Do NOT select the lower button :)). Immediately below those two buttons you should see a larger space with your current course and your progress. Click on that and it will take you to a page listing all courses in your track. Each course has its own space and within it will be listed every stage of that course. You can select any stage of any course in your track here.