Studies iOS : slideshow of selected notes ?

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Peter Narkis

26 Feb, 2016 08:52 AM


I'm eagerly waiting for the iOS version of Studies.
Shall I be able to manually select a number of flashcards in a given stack and to right-click them in order to study just this selection in a slideshow?
It's possible on both the MC and Studies app on the Mac and it's a VERY convenient way to study newly learned vocabulary incrementally.
This isn't possible in the actual MC iOS version, so I hope it'll be in the Stuies iOS app.
Am I mistaking?

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by drewmccormack on 26 Feb, 2016 09:15 AM

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    It's not possible in MC on iOS, no, and it is not currently in the Studies iOS app either, mainly because it is quite fiddly to select things on iOS as opposed to the Mac.

    In general, if you setup your study schedules, new notes should automatically appear as due quickly so that you can study them.

    In any case, I take it you would like this feature, so I will add it to the feature request list. If you help beta test, you can also submit this with any other feedback you have.

    Kind regards,

  2. drewmccormack closed this discussion on 26 Feb, 2016 09:15 AM.

  3. Peter Narkis re-opened this discussion on 26 Feb, 2016 01:59 PM

  4. 2 Posted by Peter Narkis on 26 Feb, 2016 01:59 PM

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    Thanks for the clarification.
    This would indeed be a feature request, as this shouldn't be too hard to implement.
    I agree that selecting individual items on iOS is difficult, but why not offering something like a numeric range, f.ex. manually selecting a stack, and then entering something like 1-20 or so, like when defining a printing range.
    That doesn't seem too hard to do...

  5. drewmccormack closed this discussion on 27 Feb, 2016 09:51 AM.

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