I just upgraded to Brilliant squared and it is seriously awesome!! However there are a few things that can be improved.

1.**The scratchpad**: The scratchpad is pretty good but we can only type in here and can't draw a diagram or so. So, could you please include a Paint like panel next to the existing scratchpad?

2.**The Practice problems**: Most often, I noticed that there is a repetition of problems. For example, this skill has the same answer to every problem because they are SO similar!

3.I had typed the same note and I went on to read the Rules and guidelines. But when I returned, all that I had typed in had disappeared. Thus I had to type it all over again... Please make the necessary changes if possible.

Thank you :)

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TopNewest@Arron Kau @Peter Taylor Can there be a feature where you can try out the first few skills in a set for free and after, you would need a \(\text{Brilliant}^2\) account? That way, it can get users a limited edition of the skills and it would leave them at a cliffhanger. :)

Thanks!

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Hiya Kevin, we are seriously considering ideas along those lines and in the future we may decide to implement the cliff-hanger.

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Shreya, thanks for the encouraging feedback. The practice section does have some repetition, but the skill you saw in Combinatorics with the same problem over and over again was a bug. We have fixed it, give it a try!

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Thank you so much!!

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Hey there, you think it's worth the money? :-)

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Hi Shreya,

Thanks for the feedback! We will take all of these into account as we strive to make both Brilliant and \(Brilliant^2\) better.

Out of curiosity, which aspects of \(Brilliant^2\) do you find most useful so far?

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I felt the save sets feature and the new topics introduced in Practice section were very useful. :)

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What is the save sets feature? Can you please tell me more about it ?

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