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=== Concepts ===
 
=== Concepts ===
  
*'''Concepts''' - open the browser with all elements that are concepts (see: [[Items, topics, concepts, and tasks]])  
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*'''Concepts''' - open the [[browser]] with all [[Glossary:Element|elements]] that are [[Glossary:Concept|concepts]] (see: [[Items, topics, concepts, and tasks]])
  
 
=== Topics ===
 
=== Topics ===

Revision as of 20:04, 12 March 2016

The View submenu on the main menu is available only on the Middle or higher levels. It makes it possible to open an element browser with various element subsets. The following options are available:

View menu items

Outstanding

Link list

Neural queue

Priority queue

All

Memorized

  • Memorized - open the browser with all elements taking part in the learning process (i.e. elements that have been memorized)

Dismissed

Concepts

Topics

Items

Tasks

  • Tasks - open the browser with all elements that are tasks. All tasks are displayed independent of which tasklist they belong to. To view and sort tasks belonging to an individual tasklist use the tasklist manager (Tools : Tasklist). To view these tasks in a browser, press Shift+Ctrl+B in the tasklist manager

Last browser

  • Last browser - open the browser with the contents of the most recently used browser

Search results

  • Search results - open the browser with elements collected in the last search operation (executed with Ctrl+F or Search : Find elements)

Subset

  • Subset - open the browser with elements stored in a subset file (extension SUB). Subset files can be created in the browser with options such as Subset : Save all or Select : Save selection, etc. Some subsets are created automatically, for example, unpostponed.sub subset stores elements that have been skiped by auto-postpone. For more see: Using subsets

Filter

  • Filter - open the browser with all elements that meet certain criteria such as the number of repetitions, priority, current interval, forgetting index, status (e.g. pending, memorized, etc.) and more

Recent

  • Recent - open the browser with recently used subset of elements
    • Learned - open the browser with elements recently used in subset learning
    • Reviewed - open the browser with elements subject to the current subset review (e.g. with Review all). You can thus see the elements that have already been reviewed and the queue of elements that are still scheduled for further subset review. The elements that have already been reviewed have their Last Rep field showing the last repetition date (e.g. today). They can easily be filtered out (e.g. with Select : Select browser range on the browser menu)
    • To postpone - open the browser with elements on which a recent postpone procedure has been run
    • Postponed - open the browser with elements which intervals have recently been extended with Postpone
    • Advanced - open the browser with topics that have recently been advanced (i.e. had their interval automatically shortened)
    • Previous - open the last but one browser

Other

  • Other - open the submenu with more specialized browsers:
    • Leeches (Shift+F3) - open the browser with most difficult elements in the collection (note that filter parameters are already set in a way which makes finding difficult items easy)
    • Semi-leeches - open the browser with all elements that are leeches or will become leeches if they are forgotten yet once
    • Pending - open the browser with all pending elements, i.e. elements that are waiting for reading or memorization in the pending queue
    • Drill - open the browser with all elements scheduled for the final drill
    • Range - open the browser with all elements that fall into a selected range (e.g. element with numbers from 1 to 1000)
    • History - open the browser with the list of elements that have recently been viewed in the element window
    • Branch - open the browser with all descendants of the currently selected branch in the contents window (same as Contents menu : View : Branch)(Ctrl+Space in the contents window or in the element window)