Template talk:Spaced repetition

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I want to add some specific software to the software row - at the moment, it only has a link to a list. --Boy.pockets (talk) 05:43, 16 February 2011 (UTC)

Proposed software to be added[edit]


Hi. I have developed flashcard software and am requesting that it be added to the List of Flashcard Software. (I notice that for Quizlet, the number of text-to-speech languages is given, but I'm not sure this level of detail is necessary or wanted, so I've given two variants for the upper table with differing levels of information.) Here is the information:

Name License Free version available Spaced repetition Number of sides Supports Unicode Supports image Supports audio Other formats Printable Import-export Supports sync Plugin support
Gridded Proprietary Yes Yes 3 Yes No Yes
Text-to-speech
No Yes Yes No
Gridded Proprietary Yes Yes 3 Yes No Yes
Text-to-speech
in 37 (iOS) or 41 (Mac) languages
No Yes Yes No
Name License Free version available Spaced repetition Number of sides Supports Unicode Supports image Supports audio Other formats Printable Import-export Supports sync Plugin support

And in the bottom table,

Software Microsoft Windows

Windows

OS X

OS X

Chrome OS

Chrome OS

Linux

Linux

Android

Android

iOS (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad)

iOS

BlackBerry

Blackberry

Windows Mobile, Pocket PC Maemo

Maemo

Web browser J2ME

J2ME

Palm OS
Gridded No Yes No No No Yes No No No No No No
Software Microsoft Windows

Windows

OS X

OS X

Chrome OS

Chrome OS

Linux

Linux

Android

Android

iOS (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad)

iOS

BlackBerry

Blackberry

Windows Mobile, Pocket PC Maemo

Maemo

Web browser J2ME

J2ME

Palm OS

Goonsliltscap (talk) 03:44, 12 November 2016 (UTC)

Hi Goonsliltscap, and thank you for your suggestion. Looking at List of flashcard software, it appears that only software with Wikipedia articles are to be included on that page. Unless your software has received a significant amount of coverage from outside news sources, it is possible that it doesn't qualify to have a standalone Wikipedia article. If that is the case, I'm afraid it cannot be listed on List of flashcard software. Altamel (talk) 07:42, 18 November 2016 (UTC)