- Anki settings:
relearning steps: 1h 5h 3d 6d
- How Anki works without add-ons.
When reviewing a card and I press the “again button” the card will appear again in 1 hour(step 1). The next time I study the card, if I press the “good button”, the next interval will be 5h(step 2).
When reviewing a card and I press the “again button” the card will appear again in 1 hour(step 1), but If for some reason I am not able to open Anki for 4 days(last review interval). When I finally study this card, Anki will compare the last review interval and skip each step inferior to that interval.
In this case, when I press the “good button”, the card would appear 6d(step 4) later.
If I could only study 7 days later, the relearning steps would be completely ignored and the next interval would be based purely on the last review interval as it is for non-lapse review cards.
get “interval” between “last review date” and “current date”.
if interval > current step
skip to the next step.
I don’t know anything about programming so this is a stupid example of code.