- I know about Obsidian_to_ANKI script and Review plugin.
- What I was thinking of is having a way to automatically set notes created today to be reviewed on a later date (a simple linear gaps). The review plugin can work too, but it is manual.
- Can there be some kind of an automated thing
- The notes created today will get added on a daily note (just as review plugin does, but automatically, or maybe just “particularly” tagged notes to be moved)
- The notes have added would have '-[ ] ’ check boxes. The checked boxes are moved to nest da in the cycle
- there is a plugin that moves them to a checked(completed) area
- Also there is another plugin that can rollover tasks.
- SO, it is indeed possible.
Eric wants to implement it, is not yet sure about how to do it.
Nice, we can have it based on
- a tag that the plugin takes, like
- created date
- a user input pattern -
Plugin can easily look for tags and created dates.
I’m using a laughably low tech scheme, but it’s workable:
I use tags of the structure:
Viewing this in the hierarchical tag view shows me quickly if I have anything due for review this month or in the past, and it’s easy to create a query to show which notes are missing the #review tag entirely.
“Reviewing” an item is merely bumping the date into the future.
Assuming I’m up to date and have nothing overdue, a simple embedded query to show me what’s up for review would be something like:
-tag:#review OR tag#review/2021/04
I created an SR plugin for note-level spaced repetition. It allows you to tag notes to review, which are then scheduled automatically based on the forgetting curve.
If you’re interested, check it out here.