Export to Memrise?


#1

I know of the website that exports Wanikani to Anki but I prefer the Memrise format especially since you have to go to extra work to modify Anki to be “suitable”. Anyways the file you get from the website does not import well into Memrise so is there any way to export certain kanji levels to Memrise?


#2

I can’t help you exactly, but there is a reverse Wanikani vocab course (English to Japanese)  already on memrise if that interests you


#3

Yeah I have seen that but once I get the Kanji vocab is relatively easy. Thanks for your help though.


#4

Wouldn’t that just be a way to pirate wanikani? I mean, if I had it on memrise for free, including memes and radicals, why would I pay for it here?

I much prefer paying for it and using it here.


#5
Singultus said... I can't help you exactly, but there is a reverse Wanikani vocab course (English to Japanese)  already on memrise if that interests you
 Thanks for this!

#6

If you have a work sheet, you can bulk-upload to Memrise. I personally use Rikaisama to export new words (automatically) to a txt-document, including downloaded audio that I later import to Memrise. Not perfect, put pretty simple and it works.

So, hover over (word/kanji) in browser (i.e. also Wanikani, i.e. also super sticky mode) w. Rikaisama > press s > downloads audio + info in txt-document > later import to Memrise via bulk-upload

You can costumize what info you want saved in Rikaisama extensions > rikaisama preferences > clipboard and save > then you roooooll

Don’t know if you can use that for something…


#7
spacey said... Wouldn't that just be a way to pirate wanikani? I mean, if I had it on memrise for free, including memes and radicals, why would I pay for it here?

I much prefer paying for it and using it here.
This is true but I do Wanikani for the pacing and structure. Memrise would is just to supplement the words I am having difficultly with and to help me to the next level faster. As long as I am a paying member I think it is fine to boost my learning using the same kanji.

 
Frouzich said... If you have a work sheet, you can bulk-upload to Memrise. I personally use Rikaisama to export new words (automatically) to a txt-document, including downloaded audio that I later import to Memrise. Not perfect, put pretty simple and it works.

So, hover over (word/kanji) in browser (i.e. also Wanikani, i.e. also super sticky mode) w. Rikaisama > press s > downloads audio + info in txt-document > later import to Memrise via bulk-upload

You can costumize what info you want saved in Rikaisama extensions > rikaisama preferences > clipboard and save > then you roooooll

Don't know if you can use that for something...
EDIT: I need a chrome version if possible. Thanks though.