Learn Anything With Flashcards – The Ultimate Guide To Anki

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  • Fecha Incio:07/06/2022
  • Universidad: Waseda University
  • Profesores: Ali Abdaal
  • Certificado: No
  • Class Trailer
  • i. Structure of the Course
  • 1.1 Theory of Flashcards
  • 1.2 What is Anki?
  • 1.3 Why Anki?
  • 1.4 Why Anki? BONUS
  • 1.5 Installing Anki
  • 1.6 The Anatomy of Anki
  • 1.7 The Basic Flashcard
  • 1.8 The Reverse Flashcard
  • 1.9 Cloze Deletions
  • 1.10 Cloze Deletions with David
  • 1.11 Editing Flashcards
  • 1.12 Image Occlusion
  • 1.13 The Best Settings For Anki
  • 1.14 Anki On Different Platforms
  • 1.15 Syncing to Anki Web
  • 2.1 Flashcards From A Lecture
  • 2.2 How to Make Flashcards From A Video
  • 2.3 How To Make Flashcards From A Paragraph
  • 2.4 Improving Your Flashcards
  • 3.1 When to use Anki?
  • 3.2 When should I start making flashcards?
  • 3.3 What should I put on flashcards?
  • 3.4 How long should a flashcard be?
  • 3.5 Should I write notes as well as making flashcards?
  • 3.6 Managing Card Overload
  • 3.7 How to stay consistent
  • 3.8 Anki vs Quizlet
  • 3.9 Anki vs Google Sheets
  • 3.10 Anki vs Notion
  • 3.11 The Importance of Playing the Long Game
  • 4.1 Optimisation
  • 4.2 Tags
  • 4.3 Advanced Tagging
  • 4.4 Premade Decks
  • 4.5 Premade Decks: Philosophy
  • 4.6 Add-Ons: Heat Map
  • 4.7 Add-Ons: Pop-Up Wiki
  • 4.8 Add-Ons: Frozen Fields
  • 4.9 Add-Ons: Focus Add On
  • Conclusion
  • BONUS INTERVIEW - Getting 99.9% with Anki (Part 1)
  • BONUS INTERVIEW - Getting 99.9% with Anki (Part 2)
  • BONUS INTERVIEW - Conversations with An Anki Expert (Part 1)
  • BONUS INTERVIEW - Conversations with An Anki Expert (Part 2)
  • BONUS INTERVIEW - "I didn't take a single note for my exams" (Part 1)
  • BONUS INTERVIEW - "I didn't take a single note for my exams" (Part 2)

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