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Java Java Data Structures Efficiency! Add tags to a course

Ray Wai
Ray Wai
2,355 Points

Where do I find the specific forum that discusses the Challenge Task problems?

There is only option for "Get Help" unlike in the video section where there is "Question" at the bottom of the video player

2 Answers

Grigorij Schleifer
Grigorij Schleifer
10,364 Points

Hi Ray,

after you typed your question and saved it. Do you see the road map left to the FOLLOW DISSCUSSION and VIEW CHALLENGE buttons ?

Click on "Add tags to a cours". There you will find all questions asked to this topic.

Or if you are on the lesson side. Under the video frame there is a tap with

  • teacher notes
  • questions (your place)
  • etc

I hope it helps you a little bit...

Grigorij

Ray Wai
Ray Wai
2,355 Points

Thanks for the reply, so on the "challenge task side", do I always need to ask a question first in order to view the road? I can see the on the "lesson side" there is a "Questions" tab, but that is the only topics related to the video, not the challenge question, isn't it?

Grigorij Schleifer
Grigorij Schleifer
10,364 Points

Hi there,

on the "Questions" tab you should see the topic related discussions. If I am looking for a special topic, this is the road I take. You donĀ“t need to ask a new question to go to the specific theme. Just search for the video of your choise and go to the questions tab.

Grigorij

Ray Wai
Ray Wai
2,355 Points

Well, I figure I need to type in the exact sub-topic name for example "Call Center Queue" in the Community search bar in order to find the related discussions