Why is it different from other spaced repetition software (i.e. Anki)?
This is so important that there are short and long articles. This is the short version. The long version can be found here.
There is an old, tried-and-tested learning algorithm called SR (Spaced Repetition)
(The algorithm used to determine when to show cards in flashcard programs)
The problem is that SR is a tool that only fits 1:1 structures,
and this structure does not match the structure of knowledge 🙊
What fits this structure is as simple as country–capital pairs or word–meaning pairs,
but not general subjects 😢
👊👊👊 Now, LearnObit has a solution for that! 👊👊👊
The first step is to make a good note-taking tool
that mimics the tree structure for the purpose of organizing knowledge 👌
The second step is to connect that note-taking tool with SR 🌟
Then SR can be easily used for learning information that has tree structures as well as 1:1 pairs
And since the tree structure is the structure of general subjects,
SR can be used for general subjects unlike in the past ❤
Now SR is the normal way, not just for a few enthusiasts on the fringes 😉