I was wondering, if WK plans to add something sort of a “skip” feature during a review,
for example if you had 100 kanji’s to review, and your stuck in the moment, “skip” that specific one and continue and as the review comes to an end, the ones you skipped would pop back?
In that way by the time you get back to the ones you “skipped” maybe your memory comes back to you by looking at a similar vocab and you can get it without getting it wrong?
WK itself doesn’t and their stance is that it’s not something they want to implement.
There are apps and scripts that can give you the functionality but they can get abused. Tsurukame on IOS lets you skip and item and ask again later but, again, make sure you’re not shooting yourself in the foot.
On one hand I get it - you come up to a card and it’s like “Ugh I should know this.” And a practical way of “skipping” is to just close your browser tab, go back to WK, and you’ll continue in your session but probably with a different word.
With that said, real talk - if you don’t know it instantly you don’t know it well enough. That is one of the biggest realizations I had during my Japan trip last year. The recollection really needs to be instant. Nothing wrong with intentionally failing the card and coming back to it later