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Accidentally deleted list

granuaille   February 16th, 2011 3:19p.m.

I was trying to delete a sublist and accidentally deleted the whole list - which I am using to study for tomorrow's midterm. Of course, I have it all pretty well under my belt LOL but it is like a security blanket - and then all that work. Any Cures? It was called New Practical Chinese Reader/

jww1066   February 16th, 2011 4:14p.m.

You can try re-adding that list to study. The worst that happens is you'll have to review a few characters, but I think the system will remember your progress.

granuaille   February 16th, 2011 4:46p.m.

thanks. Here's hoping! Otherwise reconstructing the list might be good review for the final exam!

scott   February 16th, 2011 5:29p.m.

Yep, progress is only removed from your account if you delete absolutely everything from the my words page, with the delete all popup. Adding the list again should get you quickly right back to where you were.

nick   February 16th, 2011 9:00p.m.

I think he didn't just delete the progress from the list; he accidentally deleted the entire (unpublished) list. There is a "Deleted Lists" button at the upper right of your My Lists page:

You should be able to use that to undelete the deleted list. Good luck on your midterm!

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