(I recognize that this is a request for a non-trivial change that would require a good amount of work…)
It would be really nice if WaniKani had a dedicated search results page with a nice HTTP GET parameter, so that I could set up a Chrome search engine shortcut to WaniKani results. I currently use jisho.org for basically all my kanji/vocab searches, and tangorin.com for names, like so:
But in the Chrome address bar, I can just type “j uketamawaru” and it automatically constructs the right URL and goes to the jisho.rg results page for “uketamawaru”. Same with Tangorin: I type “jn inoue” and it goes to the right page.
Because the WaniKani search is completely within the page, there’s no URL for it to construct:
I.e., even though I searched for “to care about” and got a result, the page URL didn’t change, so there’s no way to go directly to it using a search engine shortcut.
Anyway, if there were something like https://wanikani.com/search?q=to%20care%20about that would show some results, I would probably switch my searches over to it. Does anyone else care about this?