Remember the words that you search the most on jisho.org
In your language learning adventure, you're looking up hundreds, then thousands of words. But there's that one- no those few words that you keep looking up but you can't quite remember which ones they are. And what was that word you looked up just a few minutes ago? That's where MonoOboe comes in. Keep track of the words you search for the most, and your ten most recent searches. It's a simple tool to help enable you to adapt your Japanese vocabulary to your own needs. Questions? Comments? Please feel free to shoot me an email at [email protected]
- (2018-07-14) Great tool to determine which words to include in your spaced repetition routine. Sadly there are a lot of "false" entries in the list. For example: if you use the back function of Chrome to go back to the initial word after changing page to lookup a compound or two, the extension will record the action as if you looked up the initial word again. An option to limit how many times the lookup count of a word can raise within a given time-frame would be nice. Something like limiting the lookup counter update for each entry to once per 5-10 minutes would suffice.
- (2018-07-07) Laura E: What a great idea! I wish it had been around for longer! I've looked up so many words and taken screenshots to remember them, but now I just have 700+ screenshots to go through... this extension is going to be so useful!
- (2018-05-23) Jordan Pang: Pretty useful. Should have been added a long time ago
- (2018-08-06, v:1.0) Dirk Lambert: number of items in the search history
Hello, is there a way of increasing the number of items i the search history? If not, could that be added? Otherwise, great addOn to Jisho, much appreciated! Best regards, Dirk