I wasn’t sure which category would fit this question the best, but how can I get this cool calendar thing, that everyone in their study logs and books clubs seem to use?
@fallynleaf hope you don’t mind I use your log as an example this time…
I’m still new both to wanikani and all those fancy tools…
P.S it also seems to be a great tool to remember the weekdays, but that’s a given I guess…
That’s just text.
You could probably quote a post with this and copy it.
Wow… I realized that the file was rigged, so I took a screenshot instead! As I said I’m still new, so I have no idea how to quote a post from another thread… Heh heh…
Here’s a template that you can use to design your own from:
There is a “cell” between each | character.
The first row is the header.
The second row is to set alignment for each column:
-- is default
:-- is left
--: is right
:--: is centered.
You can click on a checkbox after posting to check it, or you can edit your post to manually fill it out.
 [x] [X]
You can do a quote in the original thread, select all the text in the textbox and cut it, then come here and paste it into a new reply. I don’t know if there’s an easier way, but that’s how I do it!
Oh my god, it’s magic!!!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
And I can quote now! I’m so happy because I’m pretty clueless when it comes to technology…
It will be a little awkward, since I’ve already tagged two people, but it’s time to learn!
With all my newfound power, I shall conquer the universe now!
Thank you once again クリストファーさん！
If you like box calendar you might also like small box and big box
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I… just realized I forgot to add my reading days the entire month of August
THE ENTIRE MONTH
Don’t mind me. I’m just replying so I can save this info for later…
If you click on the three dots below a post, you can also find the option to bookmark a post
You can even set up a reminder that you get a notification about the bookmarked post at a time you specify!
Say what!? How powerful is this thing!? I have to try this out… Set a reminder to try it out and not to forget to add the calendar to my more or less study log tomorrow!