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Duolingo Year in Review 2023: how to find yours right now

Duolingo, the wildly popular language learning app, just added a big new feature. No, it's not a melting face app icon again — it's the Duolingo Year in Review for 2023!

Difficulty

Easy

Duration

5 minutes

What You Need

  • An iPhone or Android phone

  • The Duolingo app

This is something we see from many popular apps toward the end of each year. There's Spotify Wrapped, Apple Music Replay, Reddit Recap — you get the idea. Lots of apps summarize your activity at the end of the year, and the results are usually pretty interesting.

If you're a Duolingo user and want to see how you spent your time on the app in 2023, here's what to do.

Duolingo 2023 Year in Review running on an iPhone.
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How to find your Duolingo 2023 Year in Review

Accessing your Duolingo Year in Review is quite simple, but we'll still guide you through the process — just in case.

Step 1: Open the Duolingo app on your smartphone.

Step 2: You should automatically see a pop-up for your 2023 Year in Review. Tap the blue See year in review button.

Step 3: If the pop-up doesn't appear, tap the Profile button at the bottom of the screen and then tap the See year in review button there.

Step 4: Select Start or swipe up on your screen to browse through your Duolingo 2023 Year in Review.

Step 5: You'll see stats for how many lessons you completed, how many minutes you spent learning a new language, how many words you learned, and more.

Step 6: Toward the end of the Year in Review, you can swipe up to see your unique "learner style."

Step 7: On the final page, you can tap Share for a reward to share your Duolingo 2023 Year in Review. If you do share it, you'll receive a special leaderboard badge.

Step 8: Alternatively, tap the X icon in the top-left corner to leave your Duolingo 2023 Year in Review.

The Duolingo 2023 Year in Review is available to anyone with a Duolingo account, and even if you've viewed it once, you can go back and watch it again at any time on your Profile page. Have fun!

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