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Suggestion: Systematic Repetition of Lessons

May 2019

I've been looking for a language platform that helps me organize my lessons and apply spaced repetition principles to the lessons themselves. I think LinkQ shows the most potential for making this possible.

The issue I face is that I'm constantly adding new content that sparks my interest (articles, lessons, podcasts, etc.) and I lose track of those lessons I've already studied and want to study again. Perhaps I just lack discipline but, in practice, I only review old content once or twice before I forget about it. Ideally, I would study a lesson, learn the words on day one, then return to that lesson day 3, 6, 9, etc.

The function I dream of would have a read/playlist, which automatically reintroduces past lessons based on a spaced repetition algorithm. Maybe the LingQ system which tracks vocabulary (with 1-4 plus known levels) could be applied to lessons themselves. Just as with vocabulary, you could have a lesson "Due for Review (SRS)."

This might be a long-term suggestion but i would be over the moon if you guys implemented it.

In the meantime, would it be possible for LinkQ to track the number of times or last date that I've viewed or listened to a lesson? If I could sort my lessons by this data, I could introduce a little more rigorous repetition for myself.

I love what you all are doing. Keep it up!


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