Probably only visible for users with more than one language read in any given time period.
Nadia hoping we will see this soon! What does medium term typically means (1year? 6months? 18months?)
zazdut Check out this changelog post. Anything can change at any moment but I do hope to get to this within the next few months! :-)
It just would be fantastic to have a statistics for the various languages we read our books in! 😍
I understand that it was setup as a long term but as a user that reads in two languages I was looking forward for it...
I'm currently doing a reading challenge on TSG with books in 4 languages, so it would have been great to have language stats for one of those awesome TSG graphs, but Nadia and Rob are working so hard as it is, anything that eases their workload is fine by me.
Thank you for letting us know that you're disappointed this feature was pushed back. It was a hard decision to make but makes sense for the product and team resources for now. We will have them eventually, and hopefully alongside other great language features!
This seems eminently sensible, well done for not over-extending that MASSIVE development team on a lower priority enhancement. 👍
We've decided to push back this feature for now.
Our language data and functionality isn't up to scratch just yet. It also makes more sense to deliver this when users can customise which charts they want to see on their stats page.
This would save me a bunch of time on personal tags and make the stats so much nicer. Big +1 from me.
it will be good to finally have an app that give me stats of the books I read in different languages
This is one of those feature that people either are indifferent to, or very excited about! I would love to see this implemented. I'd also love to see more language-related features, such as better filtering options when you're looking for a book and a way to see what language the book has been originally written in, and maybe one could set a preference for your preferred language when looking for translations?
This could be very helpful to those of us looking to broaden our language reading, thanks.