One thing that has saved me a handful of times is that the system doesn’t penalize for simple errors – for example, accepting a handful of common misspellings in English… or allowing a do-over when you provide KUN for Kanji vs the ON it was expecting. I appreciate this.
Well, one thing that has been really frustrating me is the auto-kana… For instance, anytime I need to use ん, if it’s at the end of a word, leaving as a roman n works fine… but if it’s in the middle of a word preceding なにぬねの, then that characters ‘n’ is being eaten. So as a result, if I am typing ‘onna’ to answer おんな, the system is giving me おんあ instead. I understand using ‘nn’ to force ん, but most other platforms account for this… so when i type something out that I know and press enter without double checking, it’s a bit frustrating when my input was accurate but the system tricked me up.