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Pedro GCA20,683 Points
What if we have a personal Project Wishlist/Pipeline
Sometimes we are on tracks but we see other interesting projects in the library. Would be awesome to "store" this projects in some place just to remember that we saw it and then start then after concluding the currently track. A kind of personal Project Wishlist/Pipeline/Queue.
What you guys from Tree House community think ? Feedbacks and new ideas inside this concept are welcome.
This is a good idea.
However, since the library isn't that big at the moment I'm guessing it's not really needed.
Once the library grows something like a wish list feature would be great.
The way I went about it is bookmarking the individual pages of each project/course I want to tackle and putting them all in a folder for easy future reference.
Dave McFarlandTreehouse Teacher
You can add courses to your home page from the library. When you are in the Library, just hover over the top right corner of a course and a + (add to home) button appears. Click the button and that course will then appear on your home page.
You can remove a course from your home page, by hovering over its top right corner: an X (delete) icon appears. Click it to remove the course from your home page.
This only works with courses -- Projects and Deep Dives -- not for workshops or conferences.
Pedro GCA20,683 Points
Thanks for participating of customer's ideas Dave, it's really important for us, this is one of the reasons that I love Tree House. Regarding the Courses Pipeline, I realized what you said, however these ones that we add to our home page are placed in the same local of the ones we have completed, without any kind of separator or identifier, which don't give us a sense of organization and the sense the we have specific place to look for the ones that we've marked.