Let users

Codecademy has a feature in the Get Help menu called the “Cheat Sheet” or “Concept Review”. Usually these are empty, so it seems like a new feature. But, I sometimes know a lot about a topic and I think Codecademy could become more efficient if Codecademy users themselves could suggest Cheatsheets and all Codecademy would have to do is approve them.

Is this already a feature? If so, how do I do it?

Hey there @semicolon500. Interesting idea… We do not have anything like this right now, but feel free to create posts here in the community to knowledge share – that is the most immediate way to do so.

Which courses are you in that do not have ‘Concept Reviews’ or ‘Cheat Sheets’? I can check in with our Curriculum and Product teams to see when they plan on releasing the ones that are missing.

I was going to propose the same thing. I’m doing the Javascript course, for instance, and I noticed that a lot of the chapter/header links are empty – as in someone planned on writing them, but never got around to it. Is there no way to make let higher Trust Tier users modify those or propose suggestions/drafts? They could effectively be crowd-sourced.

You are correct that the forums have a lot of great information, but you might have to sift through a lot to find what you need. And the courses themselves send you to the cheetsheets…

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We got something on the horizon… Stay tuned! :wink:

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