Often, people don’t realize that they can also mark and review the flagged cards in Anki. This way, they can go back to a card they just reviewed and see how well they answered it. The good news is that you can do this on both desktop and mobile. Read on to learn how. This method is much better than adding additional reviews and helps students synthesize the information they learn. Listed below are two examples of how to review flagged cards in Anki.
Anki automatically prioritizes cards that have been waiting the longest. Usually, Anki shows overdue cards in random order until you reach your daily review limit. You can change this by creating a filtered deck. Once you create a filtered deck, you can change the order of the overdue cards. You can also manually unbury a card if you haven’t seen it before.
Another way to review a flagged card is to use the keyboard to mark it. You can either click the spacebar on your keyboard or tap the Good button on your phone. To make Anki show incorrect answers more frequently, you can click the corresponding button on the keyboard. However, if you don’t want Anki to prompt you to type in the correct answer, you can click the “Again” button. This will make Anki show the card to you more frequently than cards that were flagged before.
Once you’ve made a decision to review a leech card, Anki will suspend it from your list until you take action. Then, you can choose which cards to review, new or old. By default, you can only review the cards in your current deck. Alternatively, you can use a browser addon to sort your flagged cards by their flagged fields. You may also be able to search for cards outside your filtered deck.
There are also options to suspend the card and remove it from your Anki collection. This way, you can review flagged cards and delete them, while keeping the other cards intact. Alternatively, you can also remove the cards and notes from your Anki collection. Just remember to delete them after you finish your review. This way, you can review all flagged cards in an easy manner and continue learning the rest of the card deck.
Another option is to recast the flagged card as an easier one. If it was a difficult one, it can be recast as a question with an easier answer. It is best to chuck that card and reallocate your time to easier material. The new interval will be 8 hours instead of 20 days. You will only be able to answer the card if your streak has reached a minimum of six days.
While Anki is great for learning new information, it is important to remember that the process takes time. It is important not to feel rushed or under pressure to learn every single card perfectly. There is a 80:20 rule of learning: 80% of results come from twenty percent of the effort. Learning a card extremely well will give you more rewards than it would from a small amount of effort. While this is true in general, it is not always practical.
A second way to review flagged cards is to use mnemonics. These strategies are effective for remembering new material. However, they may not be as effective for large amounts of information or items that need to be reviewed within a short period of time. This is where mnemonics and other techniques come in handy. For instance, you might want to create a memory card that includes a description of the problem you’re having. This can be done by writing it on the back of the original card.
Another technique for reviewing flagged cards involves adding tags to them. Using a “possible-duplicate” tag will highlight any duplicates. Using this method, the content of duplicate cards can be merged before the ‘duplicates’ tag is applied. You can also view your questions and answers after you answer a question. This is another option for deleting cards. In this way, you can quickly review the cards you’ve flagged.