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Marcin Czech

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  1. Hey all ๐Ÿ‘‹ Today NeuraCache gains a dedicated "Study tab with charts" among many other improvements. Happy to hear your feedback/suggestions. Thanks! NeuraCache
  2. Hey all, Spaced Repetition Patterns are here (IOS 1.4+, Android 1.7+) : Default now is 1, 5, 15, 30, 60 days more to follow
  3. Hey ๐Ÿ‘‹ I've created a lightweight app precisely for this purpose (scratching my own itch ๐Ÿ˜…) - it is designed to work seamlessly with Evernote (flash cards + spaced repetition + generating wallpapers) https://neuracache.com/ Let me know with any questions / feedback! Thanks!
  4. Hey @igeret I've created https://neuracache.com/ exactly for this (spaced repetition + flash cards + generating wallpapers) especially for Evernote. Would love to hear your feedback!
  5. Hey all ๐Ÿ‘‹ NueraCache Android 1.6.0 and IOS 1.3.0 have just been released. This version includes numerous bug fixes and most notably convenient "cards to review" count on the app icon along with new "review queue" button on the dashboard to quickly go through these cards (coming from spaced repetition). See demo below : Happy to answer any questions / feedback Thanks!
  6. Hey all, just released new update for ios/android which contains complete overhaul of Review Flow and few other cool features. Also updated "How to Use" section https://neuracache.com/howto/ Here is a quick demo how it looks like :
  7. https://neuracache.com has been released, created new thread for discussion/updates here
  8. Hey ๐Ÿ‘‹ We have just released a lightweight tool (IOS / Android) that is designed to give Spaced Repetition + Active Recall capabilities to your notes & highlights. NeuraCache How To Use
  9. Hello ๐Ÿ‘‹ We have just released a lightweight tool that is designed primarily for Evernote -> NeuraCache It has support for Notebooks / Tags / Evernote Web Clipper and works on IOS / Android Here are the two main problems NeuraCache is solving : How to Read (and Remember) Insights from Articles How to Review Evernote Notes as Deck with Flashcards There is much more you can do with NeuraCache. Would love to hear your thoughts. Have a great day!
  10. Hey @smarhoumy The iOS version is expected early March. P.S - we have re-branded the app to NeuraCache https://neuracache.com and added bunch of new features. Regarding iPads, would be great if you could drop me an email at hello@idearoots.com Thanks!
  11. hey all ๐Ÿ‘‹ just released another big update for Android -> version 1.4 it adds support for Evernote Notebooks (previously only via @ tag) and "Review Deck" option which allows you to use flashcards in bulk. Another cool feature is "Use Note Titles as Recall Questions", with that there is no need to define Recall question for each note ๐Ÿ™Œ Here are some screenshots that go with this ver. Sadly IOS app is still in "in review" state for 4th week now! (after reading a bit it seems that this happens with new dev accounts)
  12. Thanks @DTLow my thinking is to iterate on mobile first to establish what is a good lightweight user experience and then create complementary desktop app (win / mac)
  13. @bounce not sure what is the exact use case but you could easily enable spaced repetition + flashcard on highlights with Resurface - the only thing you need to do is add "@" tag to a note - that's it. Let me know with any questions / feature requests
  14. Hey everyone ๐Ÿ‘‹ Just found this thread while googling. I stumbled on this problem myself - note stacks that keep growing and growing, and I never go back to some great insights I have there - with so many years in front of me that will produce even more notes! I love learning, so I started creating my solution to which I'm committed to as it is fundamental to my own growth (I specialize in mobile products). The solution is an Android and iOS app that taps to Evernote account in a lightweight manner. https://resurface.idearoots.com/ (iOS version was submitted almost two weeks ago to AppStore, but Apple still keeps it in Review state ๐Ÿ˜• hopefully, they make it available really soon) Let me know what you think, will be grateful for any feedback. Have a ton o features on my roadmap for this. Thanks!
  15. Thanks @MrCed! just released Resurface 1.2 for Android with some cool new features. iOS version is also submitted to AppStore ("in Review" state for a week now) with the same feature set. Will update this thread as soon as Apple approves it. You can quickly see via animated gifs and more on why?/how? here https://resurface.idearoots.com/ What's new in 1.2.0? - premium version with Recall Question, think of it like flashcards/Anki for your Evernote notes & highlights - Grouping by tag - Feedback/Suggestion Button Check out this 15sec gif to see how the app feels currently (wallpaper on this gif is generated from priming -> "#" tag) What's next? - Pattern Editor - Improved highlight support - Note & Highlight quick flashcard review based on tags Hugs Marcin
  16. Hello, fellow Evernote users! My name is Marcin, and I have been using Evernote for almost a decade now. I still love it. There are many ways to use Evernote, but the thing that was missing for me is that I have hundreds of notes, moments of insights, quotes that I have stored or highlighted from various sources but very little ways to use them in creative ways. I wanted some lightweight operation on top so that the Evernote content - that I worked so hard to input over the years - works for me in real life with minimal effort, even if just a bit. I was interested mainly in two aspects : - Spaced Repetition for notes and highlights (using Ebbinghaus forgetting curve https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forgetting_curve) - Priming myself with notes and highlights in a lightweight way (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Priming_(psychology)) Since I'm passionate about mobile experiences, what could I do? I built a tool for myself that fills that void for me. If I found it valuable, I thought it might also help others. So today, I've submitted Android app to the Google Play store as a free app. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.idearoots.neuracache iOS app is in the works. Let me know if you find a tool like this useful or not. It is very basic at the moment, but gets the job done and I have few ideas how to push it further. Here is a video showing basic features Thanks! - Marcin
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