Introducing MemShot – a Flashcard Spaced Repetition memorization system

Supernifty is pleased to announce MemShot, a free, simple, web-based memorization system based on spaced repetition.

Memory masters like Dominic O’Brien use spaced repetition to memorize incredible amounts of information efficiently – now you can too.

Create your own set of flashcards, then MemShot tracks your progress and ensures that you work only on items that most need practice – much more efficient than traditional learning systems.

To get started, go to MemShot and start adding facts. Then click “Practice” to start learning.

Memory practice

The software includes many features to help you on your path to mastery; for instance:

Progress Reports! MemShot keeps track of your progress so you can see how well you are learning – are you progressing well or do you need to up the ante?

Memorization progress

Trouble Spots! MemShot keeps detailed records of your progress on every fact and you can easily see which items are causing you the most trouble.

Individual item status

Reminders! MemShot can keep your motivation ticking over by reminding you when it is time to practice.

Sharing! Although experts suggest that creating your own sets helps with the learning process, you can also share learning sets. If you create a set that may interest others, click the “share” button.

With just a few minutes each day with MemShot, you can look forward to memorizing an impressive amount of information.

Did you know – Jeopardy winner Roger Craig used Spaced Repetition as part of his training?

Feedback is welcome. We have many ideas for improving MemShot. If you have one, let us know.

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3 Responses to “Introducing MemShot – a Flashcard Spaced Repetition memorization system”

  1. […] 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. […]

  2. Interesting, How does this compare to Anki? I just learned of SRS and have been starting to use Anki. Would this be better? Thanks.

  3. peter says:

    Hi Jason – MemShot is an SRS just like Anki but has a few different features – for e.g. MemShot sends practice reminders and progress reports to help keep you motivated.

    MemShot is quite new compared to Anki and is actively being developed – many new features are in the pipeline. e.g. achievement badges, mobile versions, different study games.

    MemShot is free so feel free to import your Anki decks and give MemShot a try – see which SRS you like best.

    If you do try it out and have thoughts or feedback – don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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