Flashcard connoisseurs love 21st Night

If you love flashcards, then you’ll love 21st Night.

21st Night has all the flashcards features you’d expect, some you wouldn’t expect but will love, and some you can’t believe you lived without.

What you’d expect

1. 21st Night flashcards come with a rich text editor. You can insert bold, italics, images, and even videos.

2. They’re reviewed based on a spaced repetition algorithm, so you can remember things for the long term.

3. You can also categorize and subcategorize flashcards, to make reviewing specific types easier.

You can also add in context or mnemonics to make memorization easier!

4. You can import flashcards from Quizlet, Anki, or a spreadsheet. This includes any images or videos that you want to include in your import.

5. You can export all your flashcards to a spreadsheet.

What you wouldn’t expect

1. 21st Night has analytics on your studying every day, including streaks and gamification to keep you going.

2. It also has the ability to create cards directly from your notes, which you can import directly into 21st Night (even if they’re handwritten!).

Just highlight and turn directly into a card.

3. 21st Night lets you create cloze deletion and image occlusion flashcards in a flash, making it easy to memorize vocab in context or diagrams.

What you can’t believe you studied without

  1. 21st Night is flexible about how you review. You can study using the algorithm, or you can review cards directly from your deck, following the algorithm of your heart.
  2. It’s also flexible about how you look at the cards. You can look question first, answer first, or quiz yourself!

3. You can attach notes directly to your flashcards, associating the flashcards with the notes and vice-versa. This is really helpful for organization if you end up making a ton of flashcards (i.e. for a whole class).

All of this sound cool?

So why not get started with your free trial?