Or I would use something to complement your study, like Quizlet or Anki, and just practice it every few days a couple of times to keep it more fresh
that should read ''three horizontal lines''
I suggest going to the verse progress tab by clicking the down arrow by your name in the upper right. Locate the verse you're having trouble with, again in verse progress. On the right hand side there is a little box with three horizontal likes, click that and it gives you the option to practice the verse alone or if is in a subset with the context it's in. Practicing that way does not add to, or subtract, from your percentage, but you can practice 'til you're happy with your recall.
I am looking for other peoples advice that have been here for a while on an issue I've noticed. Today, my reviews brought up John 4. I did poorly on verse 35, and I ended up getting 0% on the review. But because my percentage is at 91%, my next review is at 3 months. If I got 0% today, chances are good that I'm going to get 0% on that same verse three months from now. This basically means that I'll never master this verse. How do you guys handle this?
It is indeed 24 hours. If you are interested in getting it, I suggest you write down the twenty four hours somewhere, and just cross them off when you do it on one of those hours. Honestly, it is easier than you would think if you track it.
good point, ChatCat!
Tough! But a nice little extra challenge. Really puts Psalm 1:2 into perspective, huh? "But his delight is in the law of the Lord, and on His law he meditates day and night."
I’m pretty sure it’s 24 hours.
I was curious, for those who achieved the addict badge, it mentions you can receive it after taking tests during every hour on the clock. Was that a 12 hour clock or 24 hour?
wow I'm glad to hear that worked out. phew.
Thanks joosep.. Romans 11 was missing, I must have accidentally deleted it. All restored now!
Not knowingly stopped any verses, or reset. I'll check, thanks. The light green squares are no longer filled in for about 16 days in January? I'll ask Luke I guess.
Hey MrsS. Sorry to hear. You have consistently worked to store gems and guess you might be getting close to your next level..... I was curious if you can still see the filled in green squares for January on your dashboard? And does the number still reflect your consistency? Or did it suddenly reset? I am not a programmer, but suggest a screenshot of your green squares. Hope spookylukey or others can assist.
Could it be, MrsSpooner, that you stopped the learning on or reset some verses?
If I look at my graph... it shows no gaps and is correct?
HELP... my current and longest streak was 480+ yesterday... today a couple of weeks from January are suddenly gone! Appearing blank? Even though I have consistently done a verse every day?Any ideas anyone? Please.
I just tried it again, and it works for me. Using a Windows 10 computer. You have to hover over the actual box in order to type something. Hover over it with your cursor, then start typing a username.
Maybe @Spookeylukey has the solution. It's only happened recently. I don't have the option on the iPad either.
Thanks Joosep. Thats the way I've always done it but for some reason I'm not getting option to type anything into that box of invited users. I wonder if I've reached the max number allowed.
by the way, JDJDJD, I wrote those instructions based on using a laptop computer, not a phone ...
click on the name of the group, and then on the right hand side, "Edit this group". Then you'll see a box at the bottom designated "invited users". You'll need then to type the names of the new users into the box.
Anyone know how to send someone an invitation to a closed group? It seems to have been altered recently and I can’t find anyway to do it. Two people waiting for invites to the Multi-millionaires’ Club.
*shows hammer thingy that Miyagi gave Daniel*
I've seen them all, but the first was my favorite.
onfire: Patience, Danielsan, patience. =D. OMGOODNESS DID YOU SEE THE KARATE KID TOOOO?!! COOOOOOOOOOOOLL!!!! (You know, there are sequels, with less cursing!!!!)
Why isn't there anything where you can, you know, not say bad words? PLEASE SPOOKYLUKEY, MAKE THAT A FEATURE PLS!!!!!!!!!!!!
Good point onfire. I don't like seeing inappropriate stuff.
yes I totally agree
We really need an ignore button on these group chats. I hate being a captive audience. There is literally no option for avoiding people who are posting inappropriate stuff. Or if you are not a member of a group, you do not see those chats. It is just a matter of time before someone comes in here and posts some really inappropriate stuff. Considering how many people we have under 18 using this website, that is a bad proposition.
The way I do it is just hitting the "cancel" button. That worked to erase the verse set for me.
You can't at the moment, unfortunately.
how do I erase a verse set?
Patience, Danielsan, patience. =D
I started a new verse everyday for 31 days and I still did not get the badge: consistent learner 3. Is there a reason for that?
I certainly agree, both tools are useful for different purposes. Passages to me also are the best, but selection sets are also very useful for thematic focus :)
I prefer passages, myself - most of the time, for context. But once in a while I want to focus on a subject such as God's mercy, etc. Thanks for all your input.
sorry, that I didn't read your first comment carefully enough :( . To rvfc2.
Thanks for explaining that, rvfc2. Now I understand. It's a totally different thing when talking about selection sets. I don't use selection sets much, so I don't have much experience with it.
joosep, I do this too when testing a passage, but when wanting to practice several verses in a selection set I haven't found a way to bring them up for testing together. For instance, I have been learning 7 Beatitudes of Revelation. I can see them in order in the Verse Sets when I bring them up as JDJDJD said, but didn't find an option there for testing. In Verse Progress, I can bring each verse up individually by reference for testing, but can't test all 7 together as would be possible if they were a continuous passage.