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OneNote + NeuraCache — a simple example

Ok. Let's create a simple Flashcard with Spaced Repetition so that you can see how your brain retains information with NeuraCache.

# STEP 1 : Create Page

Start OneNote and create a new Section in one of your notebooks; let's call it "Flashcards".

Create a new page inside. With a title:

"How many people die from snake bites annually?"

and page content:

"an estimated 5.4 million people are bitten each year. Around 81 000 to 138 000 people die each year because of snake bites"

# STEP 2 : Sync section with NeuraCache

Now open NeuraCache and connect it with OneNote. Choose section "Flashcards" and tap "Sync". Screenshot

You should now see your flashcard in NeuraCache.


The flashcard will have Spaced Repetition automatically started, so there is nothing you need to do. It will show up in your daily queue when times comes (you will receive a notification).

Note: If you don't see the "Show" button -- make sure you have enabled "Use Titles as Recall Questions" switch in Settings Tab.

# PRO TIP : Multiple flashcards in a single page.

Create indented flashcards inside of your page as in this Microsoft tip.
Then add a "?" tag to mark a question of each flashcard you would like NeuraCache to sync. You can also use images as answers.


Examples :
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