Not really “skipping”, as it is impossible, but after I started using WK, I realised 2 things for myself:
- Radicals aren’t that useful as part of the SRS;
- Kanji are memorised better through vocab, it is easier to remember both on and kun yomis this way when they are used in real words.
So it leads me to the thing that I always mark radicals and kanji as “correct” using a script.
Does anyone of higher level use it as well? I feel it made my user experience much, much better since there is no unnecessary drag and no frustration over forgetting some silly radical name.
On a side note, I also skip things like number + day or number + anything, really - it is frustrating and and isn’t worth the effort, and judging by my experience with other languages I studied (English, French and German) such basic but annoying things are picked up more naturally when you start using the language more actively, and it isn’t necessary to bother with it too much.