If you have existing decks in Anki and would like to try them in MemShot, you can now import your Anki decks into MemShot.
A free web-based learning system built on Flashcards and Spaced Repetition to make learning things like a new language fun and efficient. More about MemShot.
How to import your Anki decks into MemShot:
- Start up Anki. You need to be using at least version 2 of Anki;
- Choose File->Export. You can either export all decks or choose a specific one. Note that when you import into MemShot it will be imported as a single learning set;
- Visit MemShot Importer and login if required;
- Choose a set name for the imported deck along with any other required options;
- Next to the Import from Anki option, select your exported Anki file. This file should have the .apkg extension;
- Click Add Items; and
- You’re done! Start learning with MemShot!
Public Anki decks
Anki has many publicly available learning sets that can now easily be imported and used in MemShot.
There are a number of Spaced Repetition Flashcard based learning systems available.
The Anki import feature currently has some limitations:
- Images and sounds are currently not imported. Support for media files is in progress.
- Special formatting of text e.g. colours, fonts is currently not supported.
We hope you try out your Anki decks with MemShot. If you do, let us know how it goes!