Overview articles help you take a bird's eye view at an individual problem area in SuperMemo. They compile knowledge from different sections of the technical documentation and help you better understand the program and the method:
- Step by Step: User's Guide - you can learn SuperMemo sequentially by gradually mastering thirty most useful techniques
- 20 rules of formulating knowledge - how to make sure that you do not waste time on memorizing things that are not memorizable!
- Incremental learning - all key information about the power of learning with SuperMemo
- Incremental reading - how you can simultaneously read a great number of articles at the same time without getting lost
- Subset review - you can learn or review selected portions of your collection (e.g. before an exam)
- Files and backups - how to keep your collections safe
- Priority queue - how to reconcile high retention with high volume of new material
- Incremental video - how you can simultaneously watch a great number of videos at the same time
- Incremental learning in creativity - how you can employ SuperMemo to enhance creative writing, problem solving, brainstorming, etc.
- Six steps to excellent memory - why should you use SuperMemo in the first place
- SuperMemo Decalog - 10 most important things to remember to ensure SuperMemo works for you!
- References - using references in Incremental reading
- Keyboard shortcuts used in SuperMemo
- Building the knowledge tree - knowledge tree in the Contents window helps you organize elements in groups
- SleepChart and the learning timeline - understanding sleep and learning
- Using registries - registries in SuperMemo store sorted objects such as texts, images, sounds, fonts, mind maps, etc.
- Analysis of the learning process - tools provided by SuperMemo for the analysis of the learning process and sleep patterns
- Using templates - templates can be used to quickly create many complex items having the same look
- Using categories - categories help you create groups of items with a similar look, stored in a dedicated section of the knowledge tree in the Contents window
- Using subsets - you can store a subset of elements on the disk and later use it for testing, review, statistics, etc.
- Using text components - summary of advantages and shortcomings of various text components: plain text, rich text, HTML, etc.
- Using HTML - you can view individual HTML pages or entire websites from within SuperMemo. You can also insert links to other elements, registry images, pages on the web, MS Office applications, etc.
- Forgetting index - you can regulate the speed of learning
- Using fonts - summary of the font terminology used in SuperMemo as well as the pros and cons of different choices
- Dealing with difficult material - you can quickly find the most difficult elements in the collection by using View : Other : Leeches or deal with leeches one by one using Tools : Options : Leeches : Wizard
- Topics vs. items - topics are articles that you read or review passively, while items are used for testing your knowledge. Understanding the difference if important for optimizing your learning process
- Using Postpone and Mercy - if you neglected repetitions and have too much to repeat, Postpone and Mercy will help you
- Theoretical aspects of SuperMemo - advanced discussion of the theoretical potential of learning with SuperMemo
- Using tasklists - you can use SuperMemo in time-management by keeping your to-do lists in your collection
- Using Plan - you can use SuperMemo in time-management by optimally adjusting proportions of time spent on various activities
- Using E-mail in SuperMemo - how you can prioritize e-mail with SuperMemo or send pieces of your collection to others
- Using element filters - you can locate elements meeting certain criteria by using element filters
If you have trouble locating information on this website or you need an overview of some features in SuperMemo do one of the following:
- recommended: leave your question marks at relevant pages in SuperMemo Help (click the Edit tab to start writing)
- leave your suggestions at SuperMemopedia
- send an e-mail (e.g. using Help : E-mail : Bug report in SuperMemo)
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