# The Good Ole' Times

Remember the old Brilliant format?

I prefer the old Brilliant format where there were 10 questions every week to solve. I used to eagerly await the start of a new week when new questions would be released, and also frantically try to solve problems by the end of the week.

It injects more fun into the Brilliant website and is also much more user-friendly and easy to use. I was able to click on different questions and topics easily, but the current format is unwieldy difficult to toggle between different problems.

Please bring the old format back! Would appreciate it very much. :D Thank you.

Note by Teng Chou Nathan Mar
3 years, 2 months ago

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I strongly agree.

- 3 years, 2 months ago

Thanks for the suggestion. The weekly problem sets were very restrictive in terms of what could be done, and the ability for people to be exposed to different problems.

Staff - 3 years, 2 months ago