My understanding is that the timing of the SRS is designed to remind us of things just before we would otherwise forget them.
I’m wondering if / how the algorithm takes into account the differing ages of the people doing the reviews? Being an older member of the community, I know (sadly) that I just don’t remember things as well or as easily as I used to. Doesn’t that imply that I would need to get my reviews sooner than someone a few decades younger?
Also, somewhat related, I’m not sure if I’m supposed to save up a day’s worth of reviews and do them all at once or it’s better to do them as soon as they appear - which can be anything from “Next Review in 4 mins / 23 mins / less than an hour / 3 hours / 8 hours”?
Does it make any difference (to any significant degree) to how quickly I complete a level?
Surely most people are busy doing other things and can’t do a review as soon as it appears? Since I am retired, I feel pressure to respond immediately - although, even in retirement, there’s a load of other things I could/should be doing! It’s one thing to be committed and passionate about WK, but I don’t want to be obsessed by it. I’d like to set aside some time morning and evening, but I want to make sure I’m not making it harder for myself by doing it that way rather than as reviews become available throughout the day.