If you just want to learn your LWT terms as the digital equivalent of simple, two-sided flashcards (e.g., a Spanish word on one side and its English translation on the other), the process is quick and simple without any initial set-up; all you need to do is import the terms and you're ready to go.
- Open Anki and, in the "Anki" window, click "Import File".
- Select the file you exported from LWT ("lwt_anki_export.txt" if you did not change the name) and click the "Open" button.
- In the "Import" window, click the "Type" button, select "Basic (and reversed card)", and click the "Choose" button.
- In the "Import" window, check "Allow HTML in fields".
- In the "Import" window's "Field mapping" section, change field 8's mapping to "Map to Tags". This will also automatically change field 3's mapping to "<ignored>".
- In the "Import" window, click the "Import" button. This will open a second "Anki" window that tells you how many notes were added.
- Close the second "Anki" window.
You're now ready to study your imported LWT terms as simple flashcards.This post is part of a five-part series on using Learning with Texts (as implemented on Fluent in 3 Months) with Anki 2.
- What you need to know before you get started
- How to export LWT terms for Anki
- How to import LWT terms into Anki as simple flashcards
- How to import LWT terms into Anki using LWT's fill-in-the-blank Anki template
- How to import LWT terms into Anki using your own custom set-up