I found a setting on flaming durtles to make my reviews back-to-back, ie for a given item I’d get translation followed by typing, or vice versa, without any other kanji coming between.
Normally, when doing reviews on the website, I get all the available reviews in a random order. I could get the meaning for a kanji, then a bunch of other stuff, and then sometime later I’d get the writing of it.
Am I harming my learning by making the reviews go back-to-back? It does seem way easier, and that easiness I worry might make it so that in the long term it doesn’t stick as much.
A similar thing: the aforementioned app allows me to set review length, and I find it way easier to only do 25 reviews at a time, take a small break, then do another 25, and repeat until done. Takes longer, but I find my success rate to be slightly higher and I get less tired and frustrated when doing many reviews (today, for an example, I’ll be doing over 200, which, if taken in a single session, would not be fun).
Take into consideration that making the reviews feel less burdensome helps with actually doing them and not burning out.
Hope this is the right forum, and that I make sense.