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General Discussion

Workshop info should show language/technology

I noticed that the workshop videos are missing some important contextual information. For instance, I just opened my notifications and saw a notification chip for a new workshop for "Building a Navigation Drawer Pattern." That may be great news for me, but it also maybe completely irrelevant if is for native app development rather than web, but I have no way of knowing. Treehouse should indicate that this is "Building a Navigation Drawer Pattern for iOS Applications."

Furthermore, if I click on the notification, the expanded title below the video doesn't even tell me. Is this workshop for JS, iOS, Android, Ruby? It's been happening to me several times. I even had the displeasure of watching the beginning of a video attentively only to realize that the whole tutorial is for a language that I don't code in several minutes too late.