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David Fonseca

"I'm really happy with LearnObit. It's easy to structure the knowledge. And it's easy to memorize them. When the notes comes together, I start to make connections between them. And I also change the way I review, on Anki I Always read the answer (to confirm) before rating the note. On LO, I can rate it immediately and don't worry to read everything."

I’m a lightbulb

"I think LO has a great potential though, it is the first time I am so interested in a productivity app! I'll keep promoting it!"

Yeakoo

"This is amazing man! I'm so glad I came lurking here randomly. This has great potential for video games and programming in my case, thanks a lot!"

encima

"Love it! I am in the process of making the same to import Dynalist to anki but there is no need now. You are a genius and I am all in for your product. If I can help with dev or testing in any way, I’m here"

SiWu Wen

"LearnObit seems super fun and the tree structure of memorising works surprisingly well (especially as it requires you to answer different nodes of the learning tree at once, making you compare them so instead of rote memorisation (like Anki) it just helps you understand the differences between nodes better)"

GrilledBurritos

"Looks awesome! I’ll check it out and looking forward to new advancements! I’ve been looking for something like this"

Oliver Adams

"I should say, I do like it when I get a bunch of questions together about one topic grouped together rather than fragmented. LO is better than Anki because you get to work within a hierarchical structure, and taking advantage of that clustering is valuable."

abhikb2005

"I am feeling wasteful that I am not using LO to the max."

rabulah

"WOW. I have been looking for EXACTLY this tool for a long time. Anki user for many years and I've always thought that the combination with tree structure notes would make it so much more powerful."

primex2357

"You are amazing!!!! I’ve been wanting to find something like this for a while. The fact that you made it is so WOAH."

harutakebi

"Ive been looking for something like this for a long time, great app!"



What Is It?

(Short Answer: It's a web app that can use Spaced Repetition, an algorithm for learning, with tree-like note-taking tool)





On the web, there are tree-like note-taking tools,
which are really good at organizing information.



There are also Spaced Repetition tools,
which help people remember information with minimal effort and time.



LearnObit combines the two in its own way.



So, this allows you to take notes through the tree-structure



With special forms

Generating Cloze with Media
(Not only with Images, but also with Drawings, Code, and LaTeX)


Spreadsheets for a bunch of simple pairs







Then it generates an optimal learning course for the given moment using the algorithms for learning









And, this is how it looks like in real life:









Why LearnObit





In the traditional tools like Anki, the information is one to one (front and back of the flashcard),
But LearnObit provides a hierarchy view of all the notes.

So compared to others, it is suitable for structured information,
while others are only suitable just for simple pairs
.

It allows you to use Spaced Repetition algorithm to general subjects such as Math, History,
while other apps are just for simple pairs like foreign language words.

Also it allows you to create flashcards using the note-taking feature, which is very convenient.

(Long Answer: What is the difference between it and Anki?)



Outlining apps and LearnObit are not alternatives to each other.

First of all, of course normal outlining apps don't have dedicated Spaced Repetition feature.
Also, while they can be flexibly used to organize ideas and thoughts, to plan something using a tree structure,
they weren't specialized in organizing knowledge.

On the contrary, LearnObit is specialized in organizing knowledge and making it memorizable,
but cannot be used for general purposes like normal outlining apps.

So you can use outlining apps and LearnObit at the same time for different purposes.



RemNote is an app with the same concept as LearnObit
that integrates the Spaced Repetition algorithm to a tree-like note-taking tool.

To be frank, LearnObit is similar to RemNote, but it has some unique advantages.

Overall, LO focused much more on how to take notes and transform it for Spaced Repetition.
It's a tool focused on making notes memorizable by far more than RemNote.

1. LO applies the structure not only in note-taking,
but also when using the Spaced Repetition algorithm.

(It is a fundamental difference, in my opinion.)
In the Memorize section, according to the user-created structure and learning situation,
LO generates the learning course dynamically.
It continues to disassemble and reassemble the notes,
and to judge which notes should be shown or not.
You can also set up how you want to learn according to the structure.
(Read More: Differences from other SR tools in LO's learning course)

2. LO has various special forms specialized in organizing knowledge.
It has Upload Type 2 for transforming media into questions,
and Spreadsheet form for a bunch of simple pairs.

3. LO's interface is simpler and more intuitive.
This is a subjective element, but I believe it is.

4. There are functions that only LO has.
Multiple Window, ChatMemo, Creating Media on the spot, etc.








Features





Text Cloze


Logic Symbols in Plain Text


Bi-directional linking


Multiple windows that can interact with each other


Flexible settings on how and what to learn


Export data to Anki


Import & Export Local Data


Markdown & LaTeX


Create Media Quickly On The Spot









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