Find out what's new on OmniSets.
You can now highlight your text in flashcards and shuffle the cards in flashcards mode. We have some more awesome updates releasing soon so stay tuned 😎
You can use OmniSets in about 107 languages! While these are not an official translations, it's certainly a lot better than nothing.
To try it out, head over to settings, language and choose the option you'd like! .
That's pretty much it :)
Quick shoutout for your patience on the recent OmniSets performance hiccup – all smoothed out now, thanks to your understanding!
Now, onto some exciting news: brace yourselves for a turbocharged version of our Create from note and video AIs! Say goodbye to the old 3, 7, or sometimes 15 flashcards routine – we're cranking it up to nearly 50 flashcards for you. We know this has been something a lot of people have asked about and we're glad to deliver. Happy Studying!
We're back again this week for some awesome new updates and features. Starting with the Study mode, Intelligent Grading has been heavily improved with options to even change the toughness! Additionally, when requesting explanations, you can choose to simplify them if they're a little too complex or wordy.
If you get a written response question wrong in the study mode, your original response will be clearly shown, and the notifications will stay up and visible until you move on to the next question.
In Quiz mode, you'll now benefit from enhanced grading, complete with AI feedback, and the ability to identify and address skipped questions. You can also customize your Quiz length by selecting the number of questions you prefer. Additionally, if you find yourself stuck on a Written Response question, a helpful hint is just a quick "idk" or a similar input away. In Study mode, your previous sessions are conveniently available by default, but you can easily opt to clear and start anew through the settings menu. When importing content from external sources like Google Docs, you'll appreciate that formatting is now cleared, thanks to hanna_barazna. Plus, the export feature has been fixed, and text sizes for flashcards are now consistent across the entire platform. Lastly, your chosen language selection for a study set will persist in the editor.
You can now add Bold, Italics, Strike Through, Lists and adjust text color for the terms and definitions of flashcards. To do this, type what you need to in the term (or definition) box and select the part of the text you want to format. A bubble menu will show up with options!
Alternatively, for List, Italics and Bold, you can use the keyboard shortcuts, Ctrl + B, Ctrl + I and type - + ␣ for lists. You can even do numbered lists with number + . + ␣