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You just joined iDoRecall by joining a group. [now what?]
You just joined iDoRecall by joining a group. [now what?]

This article is for newbies who joined a group and simultaneously joined iDoRecall.

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Written by David Handel, MD
Updated over a week ago

What unique features of iDR help you remember what you learn? [skip if you already know]

  • iDR offers the ability to create flashcards linked to the locations in your learning materials where you just learned something you want to ensure you'll remember.

  • You can create these flashcards that we call recalls, linked to files of almost any type; videos on YouTube, Vimeo, Coursera, Udemy, and other platforms; almost any webpage; your Kindle highlights; and many other sources.

  • Practice memory retrieval with your recalls. If you struggle to recall the answer, click the source button on the back of the recall, and the source file, webpage, or Kindle book, will open at the exact location where you learned it so that you can quickly refresh your memory.

  • We'll manage your practice schedule with our spaced-repetition algorithm. You don't have to worry about when you need to practice a flashcard to be sure you'll remember. We'll take care of that and save you a lot of time practicing what you know well.

When you first join a group, you'll see the About page

Go to the Recalls page of the group

  1. Click here to go to the Recalls page

  2. Mouse over and click the checkbox to select one of the recalls

  3. You could click Clone selected but you likely will prefer to click Clone all to clone all of the recalls into your personal collection of recalls.

Click RECALLS in the sidebar to go to your personal collection of recalls and see what you just cloned

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