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I am having the same trouble, but I have found that the Applied Category Theory Course page to be a great starting point. When I go to it, it shows all related discussions and highlights discussions with new messages.

`I am having the same trouble, but I have found that the [Applied Category Theory Course page](https://forum.azimuthproject.org/categories/applied-category-theory-course) to be a great starting point. When I go to it, it shows all related discussions and highlights discussions with new messages.`

What I've been doing for the past few days is just using the home button on the top left to see all discussions, or "Applied Category Theory Course" to see the Chapter and Lecture discussions.

`What I've been doing for the past few days is just using the home button on the top left to see all discussions, or "Applied Category Theory Course" to see the Chapter and Lecture discussions.`

"Applied Category Theory Course" being near the top of the "Categories" list in the navigation bar on the left.

`"Applied Category Theory Course" being near the top of the "Categories" list in the navigation bar on the left.`

That's the place I was looking for. Thanks.

`That's the place I was looking for. Thanks.`

The Forum here was established to develop the Azimuth Project, which is my plan to save the planet. So, there are a lot of "categories" listed on the left of this page. For now, the only one that need concern you is the one called Applied Category Theory Course.

If we generate enough information that we start wanting to enshrine it in wiki pages - which are easier to find in the long run - we can use the Azimuth Wiki for that. But today is just the first day of the course; that can come later.

`The Forum here was established to develop the [Azimuth Project](http://www.azimuthproject.org/azimuth/show/HomePage), which is my plan to save the planet. So, there are a lot of "categories" listed on the left of this page. For now, the only one that need concern you is the one called [Applied Category Theory Course](https://forum.azimuthproject.org/categories/applied-category-theory-course). If we generate enough information that we start wanting to enshrine it in wiki pages - which are easier to find in the long run - we can use the [[Azimuth Wiki]] for that. But today is just the first day of the course; that can come later.`

On my phone it doesn't seem to display the category filters on the left side of the screen by default. You have to scroll to the bottom and press the "full site" link.

`On my phone it doesn't seem to display the category filters on the left side of the screen by default. You have to scroll to the bottom and press the "full site" link.`

Applied Category Theory enjoy

`[[Applied Category Theory]] enjoy`

Fredrick #7: Thanks very much!

`Fredrick #7: Thanks very much!`

Great!!

`Great!!`

By the way, this is a new approach toward navigating the course:

`By the way, this is a new approach toward navigating the course: * [[Applied Category Theory]].`