@amagi I did write some things out when I was learning the kana. Although, that was only because the first resources I found had those as their teaching method. Like, write things out over and over and over until you just remember them. Took some few days, but I’m pretty sure I never did make it past the a, e, o, i, u. Then, I found Tofugu and their kana resources. Learned both sets in one day. Of course, that’s mostly “learned to read.”
@Losch Sounds like a good way to go about it.
@monkeyshine89 Thanks for the tip.
@mweibel Same. Taking down notes digitally, even in “notebook” apps, have never worked for me. Although, for my kanji learning, I’ve never had even once wrote down anything. WaniKani does not seem to make a good place for it. It appears to be especially made for reading and understanding.
@Time @Bridden @Abbas099 Congrats
Speaking of leveling up, I’ve seen it as common advice to log out then log back in to see your tag change. However, my tag has been changing all this time and I’ve never logged out. Granted, I don’t see it change immediately after I leveled up, but it does change. I think it’s just the system not refreshing every second. Eventually, it will get to the task of reviewing and updating level tags and the change will be made. No need to log out then log in.