Forum "Play It" feature comments

"Play It" feature comments

lancish

lancish

I love the new "Play It" feature! But I have two problems with it: 1) I have to click on information both above and below the text to be read. this is really a nuisance, requiring me to scroll. Why not have the get started button right below the selection of level? 2) the default position is at the top left, easiest, position, at the beginning which makes sense. But why put it back there once you start working down a role? Why not put it to the next level down which one would logically follow. One can always override.
lancish

lancish

oh Doh! Sorry - I get the color coding, the average of your rating. I thought it was something more general.
Byron-K21

Byron-K21

I agree on the positioning to the next level after completing a level. It would make sense, not that it's a terribly big deal, to select the next level.
jason-oxenham-ceo

jason-oxenham-ceo

<p>Hi guys - Thanks for the feedback. I will look into re-positioning the Get Started button.&nbsp;</p><p>It was a tight call with regards the default position. As an individual user can work through Play it! as they like, there wasn't an alternative that worked any better. For example, I found it best to work across the levels (i.e. alternate between the role play tracks), rather than work down one side with the same track. But that's just me!</p>
Byron-K21

Byron-K21

Hi Jason, I get your point. I like to work down a column, mastering a role so to speak, before I go to the next role. However, it would be hard to argue one way is better than the other. How about this then: leave the focus on the last level completed. That way one can repeat the same level several times if necessary without reselecting. I like to repeat each level as many times as necessary before I feel that I can flag it as easy, and then I move on to the next level.
lancish

lancish

I like leaving the focus on the last level completed, like Byron suggests..
jason-oxenham-ceo

jason-oxenham-ceo

<p>Hi guys - OK, I will look into it!</p>

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