Custom recall time

I normaly use Anki as repetition App but due to the lake of syncing old exported cards after editing in MN3 (or is there a work around?) - i want to use the MN3 recall mode for the cards. But ist there a option/plugin - whatever to customise the time of recalling after wrong - easy etc.?

If not i think it would be a helpful feature for the hopefully near future (like custom font colours :slight_smile: )

Best regards

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We learn a new topic today and the exam is after 3 weeks.
In situations like that there should be a tough/shorter plan for spaced repetition.
Therefore customization ability of review period is a must have for a spaced repetition app as like in anki.

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Hello

How exactly do you want the number of study cards to be scheduled in a timescale?

Kind Regards,
MarginNote-Edward
Support Team

Thanks for your response.

In general it would be great to implement the free ability to configure the time the card is shown again after a good/ bad answer and the intervall after the card is regarded as learned.
I don’t actually know the detailed mechanics of the system in anki.

But to sum up: To use the reputation tool of marginnote properly it need to integrate to learning system of anki for example.
Another way is to improve the exporting to anki (syncing already existing cards in anki properly after editing in marginnote)

I hope you can see whats my idea - and hope for the future.

PS: Customizable font color still needed :slight_smile:

Best regards and thanks for all your work

This is how we can change the interval for an individual card deck in anki.

Simple settings

Learning steps=
One or more delays, separated by spaces. The first delay will be used when you press the Again button on a new card, and is 1 minute by default. The Good button will advance to the next step, which is 10 minutes by default. Once all steps have been passed, the card will become a review card, and will appear on a different day. ⁨Delays are typically minutes (eg 1m) or days (eg 2d), but hours (eg 1h) and seconds (eg 30s) are also supported.⁩

Graduating interval=
The number of days to wait before showing a card again, after the Good button is pressed on the final learning step.

Easy interval=
The number of days to wait before showing a card again, after the Good button is pressed on the final learning step.

Advanced settings

Maximum interval=
The maximum number of days a review card will wait. When reviews have reached the limit, Hard, Good and Easy will all give the same delay. The shorter you set this, the greater your workload will be.

Starting ease=
The ease multiplier new cards start with. By default, the Good button on a newly-learned card will delay the next review by 2.5x the previous delay.

Easy bonus=
An extra multiplier that is applied to a review card’s interval when you rate it Easy.

Interval modifier=
This multiplier is applied to all reviews, and minor adjustments can be used to make Anki more conservative or aggressive in its scheduling. Please see the manual before changing this option.

Hard interval=
The multiplier applied to a review interval when answering Hard.

New interval=
The multiplier applied to a review interval when answering Again.

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Hello

Thank you so much for sharing, you are awesome

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This is how we can change the interval for an individual card deck in anki.

Simple settings

Learning steps=
One or more delays, separated by spaces. The first delay will be used when you press the Again button on a new card, and is 1 minute by default. The Good button will advance to the next step, which is 10 minutes by default. Once all steps have been passed, the card will become a review card, and will appear on a different day. ⁨Delays are typically minutes (eg 1m) or days (eg 2d), but hours (eg 1h) and seconds (eg 30s) are also supported.⁩

Graduating interval=
The number of days to wait before showing a card again, after the Good button is pressed on the final learning step.

Easy interval=
The number of days to wait before showing a card again, after the Good button is pressed on the final learning step.

Advanced settings

Maximum interval=
The maximum number of days a review card will wait. When reviews have reached the limit, Hard, Good and Easy will all give the same delay. The shorter you set this, the greater your workload will be.

Starting ease=
The ease multiplier new cards start with. By default, the Good button on a newly-learned card will delay the next review by 2.5x the previous delay.

Easy bonus=
An extra multiplier that is applied to a review card’s interval when you rate it Easy.

Interval modifier=
This multiplier is applied to all reviews, and minor adjustments can be used to make Anki more conservative or aggressive in its scheduling. Please see the manual before changing this option.

Hard interval=
The multiplier applied to a review interval when answering Hard.

New interval=
The multiplier applied to a review interval when answering Again.

Kind Regards,
MarginNote-Bubble
Support Team