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LearnObit

A Tool for Rapid Learning Process, it's like Anki + workflowy

LearnObit

A Tool for Rapid Learning Process, it's like Anki + workflowy

LearnObit is a try to build an Integrated Learning Environment that could be used in general. The current implementation as a small entry point for that goal is to combine Spaced Repetition which is the old algorithm for learning with the tree-structured note-taking tool to make this algorithm popularly adopted finally.

So what LearnObit does now is that when a user notes-taking through the tree-structure, it makes that manageable as knowledge through Spaced Repetition algorithm. It's like Anki + Workflowy.

I'm a maker of this and would love to hear whatever you say. Any comments, feedback, or questions are fine, I will be grateful if you leave.
You can just give a heart or leave a bit of criticism. I would be grateful for any response. Anyway, thank you.
Thats wonderful, will give it a try, hopefully that project can be sustained and improved
@naumanthanvi I guarantee that this will continue to exist and continue to improve. I even made a separate page on the landing page about it! (https://learnobit.com/pages/notDisappear.html)
@YahngSungho Great job, will it be available online ?
@Vullkan What do you mean by 'online'?
@YahngSungho Sorry I meant will it be available on a web based application. I am using it right now, it gives you the inspiration so you don't hesitate to learn something new. Some features that I would love to see is: Adding pictures, Links and tables.
@Vullkan
You can access the web based app directly from https://learnobit.firebaseapp.com. I just thought it was a good idea to use the Desktop app to avoid distractions.

For a feature, you already can upload images or upload drawings on the fly! It may be good for you to refer to the Product Tour about Media Insertion.
Lack of easy table insertion. However, if you want, you can put the table by using markdown.
Links were originally available as markdown, but that's what I deliberately left out. I thought it was unnecessary, but I heard that suggestion, so I'll think again.

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