Difference between revisions of "Glossary:Dismiss"

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:operation that removes an [[Glossary:Element|element]] from the learning process (compare with [[Glossary:Forget|'''Forget''']] and [[Glossary:Remember|'''Remember''']]). '''Dismiss''' leaves the [[Glossary:Element|element]] in the [[Glossary:Collection|collection]], however, it never shows up when using '''[[Learn]]'''
 
:operation that removes an [[Glossary:Element|element]] from the learning process (compare with [[Glossary:Forget|'''Forget''']] and [[Glossary:Remember|'''Remember''']]). '''Dismiss''' leaves the [[Glossary:Element|element]] in the [[Glossary:Collection|collection]], however, it never shows up when using '''[[Learn]]'''
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You can use  '''Dismiss''' for the following purposes:
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* Removing parenting articles from [[incremental reading]] while keeping them as [[reference]]
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* Keeping searchable archive of knowledge that became outdated
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* Converting topics to tasks (e.g. for prioritized entry into incremental reading), etc.

Latest revision as of 11:37, 25 January 2020

Dismiss
operation that removes an element from the learning process (compare with Forget and Remember). Dismiss leaves the element in the collection, however, it never shows up when using Learn

You can use Dismiss for the following purposes:

  • Removing parenting articles from incremental reading while keeping them as reference
  • Keeping searchable archive of knowledge that became outdated
  • Converting topics to tasks (e.g. for prioritized entry into incremental reading), etc.