Victor Lockwood - 6 months ago
Ditto. I started the Aura superbadge almost a year ago and wasn't doing too well with it, got to maybe step 5 and couldn't progress. Now I'm much more familiar with Aura, but a) I built my components in the developer console (I develop using VS Code now and so I'd have to deal with pulling all the code down) and b) I made a mess of things that somehow passed but weren't actually correct. The only issue I could potentially see with resetting progress is point allocations, but it would stand to reason that all they'd have to do is deduct the points previously earned on the superbadge, or just not award points for steps you did before like they do for other modules.
Sarah Navarrette - 8 months ago
This would be very useful right now! I am stuck on a step and the error message seems to indicate that I need to change something in a previous step that was already completed successfully. I would like to re-test that step, but can't. And I can't move forward until I discover what is causing the error.
Franz Ruggeberg - 10 months ago
In addition to the suggested scenario mentioned in your comment one could also reset their superbadge in the event of a lost superbadge trailhead playground due to some unforseen trailhead account merging debacle. In the latter situation, one could reset the superbadge to avoid any mistakes in the effort to reproduce steps completed in said lost trailhead playground. Unless there is a glaring reason why the good custodians of the trailhead should not make these changes, I think it's a great idea!
Oscar Pachano - 1 year ago
I agree 100%, as someone who learned 95% of the basics of Salesforce Development through trailhead I believe this is needed. Superbadges are a great way to implement the knowledge you acquire on other modules. I would also like to add that we need more Superbadges! Especially on the development side(Apex, LWC, Aura, etc.), I would love to have some more of these types of "big" projects.