When a OS user goes to the landing page and try to log in, aren't they suppose to go to the page where you type in your username and password not the page that shows a preview to non signed in users.

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When a OS user goes to the landing page and try to log in, aren't they suppose to go to the page where you type in your username and password not the page that shows a preview to non signed in users.

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I literally have to type in http://openstudy.com/unbounce_login so I can go to the log in page instead of going through the non signed in preview page and waiting for it to load.
Also If I open a page such as a profile on OS or try opening multiple windows on OS (like watching 2 questions at once) I start freezing.
In my opinion we should get these things fixed .-. idk more convenient for OS users.

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If you're having trouble logging in then when you put in your info you have to hit log in not enter on your keyboard.
I'm not talking about that @jagr2713 that problem was fixed. But I'm talking about the issue of when you go into the landing page, and then click log in, it takes you to the math subject without you logging in. So I have to click log in on the math subject and then it will take me to the log in page.
isnt that what it did before?
no It would take you directly to the page that people were having problems when they would try logging in with the enter key.
^ that page with the girl with the half body
hm weird try clearing your cookies
I do it every day .-.
ok then report the bug here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1yiDzNtyeY8B0DRTGhi-xKHSLAaIMGI0Bj2DDTcmhd3Y/viewform?c=0&w=1&usp=send_form
dont think it's a bug .-.
It is NOT a bug I think there are enough complaints about the landing page and whatever complaint it is u will here the same answer it is being worked on did we even look at this post? http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/5568e69ee4b0c4e453f91712
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@just_one_last_goodbye there is currently no script on the landing page to tell if you are already logged in or not so it takes you to the /study site then from there you can click the green Login at the top right and it would bring you to the /unbounce_login thing I wonder if there is a way for them to make the login heading bar come back instead of having a separate login page :/
@pooja195 I dont read everyone's post.
^ nor am i obligated to Read them ALL .-.
  • mLe
Actually, in the old landing page it was almost the same process there was no script on the LP to tell if you were already logged in or not and it did take you to /study but there had been a simple login entry bar at the top of the /study page when you were not already logged in I suppose you all notice a difference now simply because of the added step in taking you to a specific login page :P
Of course not .-. It would already have the log in screen attached to it
  • mLe
how would you prefer to be able to login now knowing that there's no current way in the system to know whether or not you are already logged into openstudy from the landing page :3

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