Since LearnObit – like plenty of other software – uses spaced repetition, this is a question that frequently arises
But in short, conventional spaced repetition software only allows you to memorize data in the form of question–answer pairs. So this is suitable for memorizing word–meaning pairs or face–name pairs. In contrast, LearnObit lets you learn about structured subjects. Structured subjects correspond with an abundance of topics, including math, physics, history, or how to use Photoshop. So its target is different than other traditional SRSs.
Further, the content you insert into LearnObit can be managed in accordance with an organized structure.
(Haven’t you ever wondered about how disconnected flashcards would end up?)
If you already have your knowledge organized in a different SRS, using LearnObit might be tricky at first. For the time being, the most beneficial solution for you would be to use both programs. It’s not ideal. I’m sorry for that.
(Future versions of LearnObit will allow you to import your Anki flashcards.)