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Supported Anki versions:
- 2.1.5-2.1.35+ (updated 2020-11-20)
To download this add-on, please copy and paste the following code
into Anki 2.1:
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This add-on previously supported Anki 2.0. You can
download the last version supporting
2.0 here. As Anki 2.0 has
been discontinued, no support is available for this version.
All Anki 2.1.x Add-Ons
Anki 2.1.46 - still works if all you want is to be able to reschedule while doing reviews.
When you open Anki it may say it's not compatible, but I've had no issues so far.
Hey, this Add-on is a present from god. Does "fuzz_days: false" also disable fuzz in cards that I rate normally, or do I need those other add ons for that? If so, can you tell me where to get noFuzzWhatsoever or De-Fuzz?
I can't seem to find those add ons on the add-on page or google and i really need them.
Config options are specific to the addon unless specified in the documentation. You do not need other addons for fuzz_days.
Those other addons you've mentioned no longer work with current versions of Anki. You can search for them on my github page. I tried to look for a new maintainer, but they became deterred by the toxicity of this community. So I remain the sole developer... Jokes on me I guess...
👍Seems to still work alongside the "set due date" feature on 2.1.44 if you don't like how the new "set due date" function adds "manual" to your card info history (for people with overdue cards on most days this new feature in 2.1.44 might after a little while create an unorganized card history with like 50 "manual" labels and like 5 "review"/"learn"/"relearn" labels)
The enhanced browser features might not work. I can't guarantee stability in these addons across multi-platforms. It's best not to promote them and encourage users to switch over to the native versions.
Está bestial esto brother
Must have add-on
It works fine so far. Thanks.
Anki version: 2.1.38 (355e4cd5)
I just discovered this gem. this is amazing!!!!! say, is there anyway i can set the number of cards for each incremental step when repositioning? I usually use "randomize order" to reposition large number of cards, but it shuffles the order in which the cards were created.
Reply: is there a way to do it manually though? sorry for being stubborn😅 , I just really want to reschedule my new cards in order so that i can preschedule the amount/kind of material I'm learning in a particular month (very very useful in medicine). but if there isn't any way to do it, thank you still. the addon is all the same outstanding in its own right.
The idea you suggested requires writing a separate gui. I'm afraid that would be too time consuming and not something I need. But a good idea non the less.
re2Replay: It's a just tedious task of selecting cards manually one by one, group by group, or by batches. I think an SQL editor would be faster.
At first, the amount of options seemed a bit daunting to me. In fact however, it's quite simple to use.
edit 2020-02-04: What do fuzz_days and fuzz_due do exactly? What is the difference between the two? I do use DeFuzz and Load Balancer.
edit 2021-03-05: Seems like Anki is implementing at least parts of ReMemorize, since new Anki versions are not compatible anymore with ReMemorize.
fuzz_days is for positive numbers, fuzz_due is for negative numbers. If you killed off the fuzz with DeFuzz on young cards, you won't see any fuzzing.
re2edit: 80% of ReMemorize has been integrated into Anki. The remaining 20% could easily be recreated using the new hooks. I'm a bit tired... let see if someone would like to take up the mantle. It's not fun playing Richard Jewells.
very GOOD download if u havent coz ur wasting ur time, u will have more time with this addon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Changed my review- the add on is now working great with 35 when using the addon during reviews. Thanks for updating!
Productivity just multiplied
Thanks for the very helpful add-on! It really helps me postponing incremental writing cards of my 420 page novel into the far future, hopefully leading to an integer overflow, so that eventually the novel will have already been written in the past!
Still awaiting your orders!
A true fan. I'm working on it, incrementally. Just have to clean the code and run tests. Software craftsmanship takes time.
the goat of all addons
This is powerful.
Looking forward to the next release. I understand that there should be one sometime this month given the 6 month development cycle, and I can't wait to start using this add-on.
Thank you useful functionality!
I can now change the ease and not rely on hitting "hard" or "easy" lol
I most often use this to reschedule mature cards that I feel I need a sooner reminder on. Is there a way to randomize when the card is rescheduled without using browser? For example, making default days on ask a random number between (-3 to -7) so that it randomly reschedules the card between 3 and 7 days from now?
Check configs, fuzz_due was added in 1.3.
Worked great but I have a problem with cards maturing even while using the"-" before the numbers. How can I avoid cards changing their interval and maturing?
Check configs, maybe someone changed it if you are downloading unofficial versions.
Default: Learning new cards are set to auto graduate. Learning lapsed cards will be delayed. (red number cards).
Interval should not change for review (green numbers) cards.
I love that you're still supporting anki 2.0. I'm never moving from 2.0. It has all i need.
To be honest I'm having a tough time understanding how to use this. I just want a quick way to tell anki "show me this card again in 2 weeks" or something like that.
Ok I watched the anking video and I'm starting to understand it.
I support 2.0 because I love WebKit.
2 weeks is 14 days, so input 14.
very very useful for GRE decks
Is there a way to reschedule a card between dates during the review? Ie, between 1/1/2020-2/1/2020
The two addons stacks in the Anki scheduling pipeline. ReMemorize will change the next interval (e.g. 30d). DeFuzz will trim the fuzz (e.g. 3%). LBS will balance the load (e.g. 31d). See the picture guide on the DeFuzz addon. Each one of my addons takes care of one task similar to Unix commands.
How would that work? It doesn't sound like you are looking to ReMemorize, but to RanDomize.
Works great. Thank you.
My new favorite plugin! Can't describe how much easier it is with this plugin. In the subject I study, there is a lot of stuff I'm already familiar with and/or know but I still want to make Anki cards for those topics. The option to immediately schedule them in a month or two is amazing! I schedule even new cards. I think I have a pretty good sense of when I'll forget something. And it's definitely not a constant 1 then 3 then 5 or whatever the Anki default is. It depends on the card. I will gladly spend extra time for scheduling.
Only thing I would add is a calendar like for example on heatmap, which you can click and immediately schedule a card for that date, without having to type in the date or days.
It's not meant for beginners.
Is there a "ReLearn" option? By "ReLearn" I mean an option that would reset the card as new, but count your wrong answer (the one that you chose to ReLearn) as the first learning step, so I don't have to do it manually?
Reschedule 0 ⇒ forget the card and make it new;
ReLearn ⇒ forget the card and make the first repetition into the first learning step.
(another way of doing this would be pressing "Again", then resetting the ease factor back to 250%; but that would actually use the lapses learning steps, rather than a new card config)
There is no such option in the current version. I'm afraid such a feature would screw up the stats, but anyone can write it as a separate addon.
fucking good addon!!!!!!
this is really what i want!
Excellent idea. Only thing I would want added is a option to reschedule cards randomly into a span of time in the pop-up (i.e. 5:20 would be reschedule this card between 5-20 days from now). Or even more ideal would be 5:21/12 (reschedule between five days from now to the 21st of December). Would really help along with your extra buttons addon, so I could have a button to see a card one last time before an upcoming test without having to manually try to spread them out along that span of time. Heck, you could even put a load-leveler on it if you really wanted to get fancy.
I like this addon.
I am looking for a bulk reschedule option to retreat selected cards to their previous interval.
I think I am going to really like this app... but will someone please explain how to download the associated "buttons" that are linked on this page? I would appreciate it, thank you
If you're on 2.1.10+ just download the .ankiaddon file and drag and drop it into the Anki download manager. For 2.0, download the 2.0.zip file and upzip it into your addon folder.
I'm using Anki 2.0; I'm in the browser and trying to change the due date without modifying the interval of multiple new cards. When I tried the reposition option described it does not change their due date just the number queue, what am I missing here?
Edit: it worked had to use this add-on for Anki 2.0 to change configuration mentioned in the description https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/2058082580
Very useful to reschedule cards if you've fallen behind reviews or need to make sure you review a card before an exam.
Is there a way to use these features within the browser for batch editing (for example, select a set of cards to reschedule to a certain day without changing their intervals?)
Edit: Thanks! It worked.
Edit 2: Are hotkeys ever going to become a thing?
Yes, look at images. "Reschedule" changes due and ivl. "Reposition" changes due date only. Make a copy of your collection and play around with it.
re_E2: Hotkeys for the reviewer are already included, check the configs, read the readme. Browser HK involves patching something else, that'll cause another level of conflict we should avoid. But I'm not against extensions which anyone can write.
Which was good, it got better.
It's really helpful. Now I change Due Day and Interval individually. Really an awesome addon!
Addon with a lot of options, has customization of hotkeys 👍 Originally got it as replacement for quick rescheduler addon, but this one can do so much more.
Question: what does the dialogue "You have 1 sibling(s) out of bound, reschedule them?" mean exactly? Does it mean that there are siblings of this card in other decks that are due? And to what date/ interval would they be rescheduled?
This is when a card lapses, it will check the siblings' due date. So if your card lapse with a 1 day interval, and the siblings have 1+ years interval, that popup asks you if you want to reschedule the siblings as well. It will randomize between 7-20 days for each out of bound sibling. You can turn this off in configs by setting "reschedule_siblings_on_again" to false. The config.md file contains this information and you can see it in the addonmanager when you change configs.
Thank you for adding the option to bury siblings automatically after a reschedule! You are a life saver. No exaggeration. I have one more issue though. I am not able to reconfigure the hotkey. I wanted the hotkey to be r. As I am used to activating reschedule window with r from quick rescheduler add-on of anki 2.0.
Edit: Reply. Thank you so much for the information. I have replaced hot key from Ctrl+M to g. It works with g.
Nice idea, I'll see if I can work that into the code in the next update. thx
Edit: The r key is the replay key, you can not replace system keys on 2.1. It will cause problems for other addons. Try using a key manager addon instead. I don't know of any for 2.1 yet.
This is well and good, but what does this add-on DO? It doesn't say.
offers very useful options to modify the scheduling of cards.
(Among other things) it replaces the popular "Quick reschedule in reviewer" and improves it: You can reset cards, the ease value is not overwritten and you have logging. These options alone make it a great add-on.