Looking for QA Volunteers for Introduction to React Native

  • The QA process is a time for people to spot any glaring mistakes, spelling errors, broken links, mistakes in teachers notes, clarification on quiz questioning, and any other feedback.
  • With QA there’s a few other things you should know.
  • Those are the quirks of QA mode.
  • Please use email to provide feedback.
  • When in QA, we try to not talk about the course here on the Community forum until it’s officially released.

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@elizabethkozup: Almost ready to launch @treehouse’s “Intro to React Native” with @msbrandymorgan. Help us QA:

Howdy y’all!

We’ve been working on an Introduction to React Native course and we’re looking for a few students to help take it for a spin!

The hope is to release this Wednesday, August 16th, so feedback should be presented by Tuesday, August 15th so we have an opportunity to make any necessary adjustments.

The QA process is a time for people to spot any glaring mistakes, spelling errors, broken links, mistakes in teachers notes, clarification on quiz questioning, and any other feedback.

With QA there’s a few other things you should know. Progress isn’t recorded on the account so you won’t get a check mark. Badges and completion emails won’t get sent. You also need to manually go to the next stage in the course. Those are the quirks of QA mode. It’s like visiting a restaurant on opening day.

Please use email to provide feedback. When in QA, we try to not talk about the course here on the Community forum until it’s officially released. This’ll help to avoid confusion.

Comment below to sign up. We’ll let you know when the invites have been sent and if you’ve been selected.

Thanks in advance!

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Looking for QA Volunteers for Introduction to React Native