Update Due Status of Notes (Mac)
When I right click on a stack of notes (or on a selection of
stacks) and click 'update due status of notes', sometimes more
notes become due but usually not. I'm assuming that this function
simply refreshes the system to look for new due notes in case I
haven't opened and closed the application since midnight.
I would like to propose this function:
-First, refresh the program to look for any new due notes (as it does presently). But if no new due notes are available (ie. already up to date). -Then, send me 1 day into the future so that all of tomorrow's notes are due today.
This would mean that if I have already studied all my due notes for today and still feeling like more I can automatically move on to tomorrow. And then even on to the next day if I want to. I understand the notion of spaced learning, but sometimes I just feel like I want to speed things up a bit.
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1 Posted by support on 22 Feb, 2014 06:40 AM
Thank you for writing in again. I've logged this as a feature request for you. We hope to offer more and more control over the schedules in the feature and make Mental Case better for everyone.
Sam R. — The Mental Faculty support
support closed this discussion on 22 Feb, 2014 06:40 AM.