I use a deck as category and have nested decks inside it, but when i query one nested deck and finish it for the day, then i can’t query the other nested deck of the same major deck (category).
Example, when i add a new note to an existing deck, then it can have the deck name:
or, if the note belongs to the other nested deck:
Thus my deck category is called “programming” and my nested decks “cpp” and “rust”
programming |- cpp |- rust
When i want to learn, i want to learn these nested decks independently from the other nested deck.
But when i finish one nested deck, i can’t learn the other nested deck because ANKI doesn’t allow me to do so. When i try to learn the other deck, It says:
“Congratulations, you have finished the deck for now”.
Which means, when i have finished the cpp deck, i can’t learn the rust deck.
Is there an option in ANKI that allows the user to learn nested subdecks independently from each other?
Or do i really need to get rid of my category “programming” and put every independent deck in the root directory?
Is this the only option?
It would result in a mess, because let’s say i have another category called music, then it would look like this:
classic_music cpp rust pop_music
That’s not what i want, i would prefer to have subdecks that can be learned independently from each other:
music |- classic |- pop programming |- cpp |- rust
How can i learn the nested subdecks of the same category independently from each other?