ForgetMeNot is a personal trainer for your mind. Ensure the things you learn get stronger with time rather than fade away.
Using spaced repetition, ForgetMeNot will improve your productivity by passively reinforcing the things you learn. How it works: as you learn new concepts, facts, tricks, processes, best practices, or anything else you don't want to forget, add them to ForgetMeNot. The spaced repetition algorithm will quiz you on what you've learned when you open a new tab or window, reinforcing your knowledge as you browse the web. Add your knowledge to ForgetMeNot in Q&A format on the fly by clicking the icon in your browser toolbar. You can also import flashcards from less awesome spaced repetition systems like Anki.
- (2020-11-09) P N: app.gethibou.com and fmnbot.com are dead sites, and of course, Google login doesn't work. So totally broken and outdated. Should be removed from the store now.
- (2019-02-06) T J Holub: This is a great alternative to Anki I use on my phone. If you don't like to fiddle with your phone while you work, and like spaced repetition learning, you'll like this. Well done.
- (2018-12-12) Mark Hellmuth: ForgetMeNot uses spaced repetition learning (which I'm a big fan of) to help me remember how to do those on-the-job tasks that I perform regularly, but not often. I also create cards or a deck for hobbies and on-the-side learning that I enjoy outside of work. The seamless integration allows me to learn and solidify my knowledge passively every time I open a tab! Neat little extension.
- (2021-02-23, v:1.3.5) ahmad ahmad: POLLUTION
ADD SOME WARNINGS PIECES OF ADVICE AND INSTRUCTIONS ON A SEPERATE
- (2020-11-01, v:1.3.5) Chiến Trần Minh: Can't sign in
I can't sign in my gmail
- (2020-07-14, v:1.3.5) Ali Rizvi: Can't sign in
I can't sign in to it. Clicking on the little button does nothing, and my chrome is already synced with my google account
- (2018-12-19, v:1.1.11) Godfred Asamoah: I can't use it
Clicking The "Sign in Using Google" does nothing