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3 problems I am facing from last year

  • 25 June 2019
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Hello guys,

3 problems I am facing from last year. Can anyone help me please?

1) No updates at:-https://www.coursera.org/learn/beta-tester-community/resources/b4w2r Look the courses listed here are for June 10 - June 18. This week we have to test June 25 to July 2 week's courses. Where is the update?

2) A course enrolled me, but unable to give access in it. Here is the link:-Application of AI, InsurTech, and Real Estate Technology, University of Pennsylvania (Business)
To begin testing this course, please click on the following link: https://coursera.org/groups/beta-test-wharton-ai-application-insurtech-real-estate-technology/invitation

I enrolled in this link from the course, but unable to get access. This happen for several times, but coursera's technical support helped me always. This time they failed. So how to test it before July 2?

3) My accomplishment page is buffering. I am unable to access my certificates. Last time I reported for thrice at Coursera's technical support. They told me that this happening for many enrollments. I am a course tester. i test all courses in each week. Then automatically, I have to have many enrollments. Secondly, I love learning with recognition both of which I got from Coursera, but if I can't access my course accomplishment page for many enrollments, then that's frustrating. Coursera has many courses, it must do something about it.

Please help me.

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Annesha
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Best answer by Claire 25 June 2019, 20:14

The course list for testing each week is shared in this community at https://coursera.community/beta-tester-news-announcements-20. @Genica posts the list on Tuesdays I believe.

If you're having problems getting access to test any of the courses on the list, please email beta-test@coursera.org for troubleshooting.

Unfortunately you are going to experience problems if you are enrolled in too many courses, our system just isn't designed to handle that many. I recommend unenrolling yourself or asking our Help Center if they can unenroll you from some.
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This email invite was ment only for the particular person from coursera thats why it will not work with anonymous people.
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Mr. Singh,

thank you very much for your help.

I agree that this link is not for anonymous people, but it was emailed to me by Coursera because I am a course tester. How can a course tester be anonymous?

Can you help please me the proper link or you are having the same trouble as a course beta tester?

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Annesha
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The course list for testing each week is shared in this community at https://coursera.community/beta-tester-news-announcements-20. @Genica posts the list on Tuesdays I believe.

If you're having problems getting access to test any of the courses on the list, please email beta-test@coursera.org for troubleshooting.

Unfortunately you are going to experience problems if you are enrolled in too many courses, our system just isn't designed to handle that many. I recommend unenrolling yourself or asking our Help Center if they can unenroll you from some.
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Hello Clair,

[h4]1) Thanks for your help, but the last update on this forum was made for June 10 - June 18 which I found from your link. No matter, I must inform it that email address.[/h4]

2) Secondly, I identified here because Coursera must think something about many enrollments. Coursera has 4000 plus courses. It is expected that one will do all or try to do all. So, Coursera must think something about this technical problem.

Thanks again,
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Annesha
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Mr. Singh,

thank you very much for your help.

I agree that this link is not for anonymous people, but it was emailed to me by Coursera because I am a course tester. How can a course tester be anonymous?

Can you help please me the proper link or you are having the same trouble as a course beta tester?

Best,
Annesha
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Sorry for being harsh there...
I am also facing the same problem ...hope to seek for a solution soon.
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All beta testers should have the course list emailed to them every week, usually on a Monday. I'm on the list and I got an email on June 24th and June 17th. Check your spam folder or subscription settings if you're not getting those emails.

This week's list was delayed but is being posted soon.

@manuvjeet_singh if you're not able to access the courses, please email beta-test@coursera.org
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@Annesha Kar Gupta if you'd like the Coursera platform to work better for people who have completed/enrolled in a very high number of courses, please post that in the Coursera Ideas & Suggestions forum. Our team will use the number of votes to determine how much of a demand there is for each idea.

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