Using Repetico

1. Flashcards


1.1.   Creating Flashcards

After creating a card set you can create new tabs. For this you click on "new cards" or "several new ones"

1.2.   Creating Multiple choice cards

To create a multiple choice card, click on "new cards" or "several new ones" click on "multiple choice" (see screenshot)

1.3.   Restoring

Deleted flashcards can be restored via the filter function. For this you just have to select the filter "trash" and you will see the flashcards that you have deleted from the set of cards once. Then you can select the flashcards you would like to restore.

1.4.   Editing several cards at the same time

To be able to edit several cards at the same time click on the menu item "Multiple cards...". After that, various options for editing multiple cards will appear. These include: Move to trash, activate, deactivate, copy, move, assign to a category, etc.

1.5.   Add keywords /tags (more info under "keyword-related learning)

You can tag single or multiple cards with a keyword. You can either do this directly when creating the flashcards. Under each flashcard you will find an input bar in which you can enter keywords. But a subsequent addition of keywords is possible via the editing function. To do this, click on "Several new ...", then select the desired tabs and then click on "Assign categories / keywords. Then you enter the desired keywords and then click on confirm.


- The final input of keywords is achieved by using the Enter key!

- Entering keywords is currently only available through our web version!


You can also add a comment to each card. For this you must open the flashcard and then see a comment field below. In study mode you do not see these comments.

1.7.   Moving flashcards from one set of cards to another:

For this you go to the desired set of cards, then click on the button "several cards", then select the cards to be moved and finally click on "move".

1.8.   Uploading media

You can also add pictures, videos or GIFS to your flashcards. For this you can use our editor (see screenshot) or add the media via drag and drop or copy-paste function.

2. Cardsets


2.1.   Buying cardsets

Via our shop, you can buy pre-made flashcard sets from leading publishers and authors. Go get them in our shop at:

2.2.   Creating cardsets by yourself

To create your own set of cards, you first click on the menu item "Card Sets" and then on the button "New card set" in the top right corner.

2.3. Meaning of access rights

Who can see and learn the cards?

Every Repetico User: Every user who is registered with Repetico can see and learn your card set
Me and my friends: Only you and your friends can see and learn your set of cards. The list of your friends can be found at
Only me, if necessary, other selected users: Only you and individually selected users can see your set of cards and learning.

Is it possible to apply for learning?

Yes: Other Repetico users or friends can apply to join.

No: Other Repetico users or friends can not apply to join.

Who may invite and accept users?

Only the creator of the file or moderators: Only you and moderators selected by you may invite and accept other users. All co-learners: All co-learners may invite and accept other users

Who is allowed to edit cards?

Only the creator of the file and possibly moderators: Only you and moderators selected by you may edit the cards.
All Mitlerner: All Mitlernenden may edit the card set

Who is allowed to add cards?

Only the creator of the cardset and possibly moderators: Only the creator and possibly presenters may add tabs to the set of cards or create new ones.
All co-learners: All learners may add tabs to the set of cards or create new ones.

2.4.   How do I make a co-learner a moderator?

You can switch a co-learner into a moderator by clicking the menu item "people" within a cardset and then click on "Manage co-learners". There you can appoint fellow learners to moderator but also ban on learning.

2.5.   How can I delete someone as a co-learner?

You deprive the approval of learning from co-learners by clicking on the menu "people" and then click on your "manage co-learners". There you can ban co-learners from learning.

2.6.   Restoring

Restoring deleted cardsets is currently not possible.

We would therefore ask you to deactivate the cardsets rather than deleting them directly. Or you make a backup an export, so you can restore the cardsets by yourself. Creating cardsets (depending on the number) means manual effort for us and because of the high workload we cannot guarantee that the restoration will take place at the time you want it. We ask for your understanding in this regard.

2.7.   Deleting

You can delete a deck of cards under the cardset settings. To get into the settings, you first click on your set of cards. Then you click on the menu item “settings”. In the last tile on the left you can then delete your card set.

2.8.   Importing or exporting

Repetico offers you both an import and an export function. You can e.g. save an excel spreadsheet (2 columns consisting of 1st column = question and 2nd column = answer) in CSV format and import them. It is also possible to print, export as a Word document, HTML or PDF. These functions are only available for self-generated flashcards.

To import a set of cards you proceed as follows:

- Call up your desired card set you want to import

- Then click on the menu item Settings

- You will find the import and export function in the 3rd line

PS: Pictures cannot be imported.

2.9.   (Group) discussions

You can also lead a cardset-related discussion. To do this, click on the desired set of cards and then on the category "discussions".

2.10. Setting voice output

If you want to have your cards read out in the appropriate language, you can set this directly when creating the card set or set it later. For this you go to the respective set of cards, then to settings and set under the menu item speech output your desired language for the speech output.

2.11.  Share with others

Repetico allows you to invite your friends and study group partners so that you can create flashcards with you. Just click on the "Share" button and invite your friends via email address or username. Repetico allows you to invite your friends and study group partners so that you can create flashcards with you. Just invite people and invite your friends to join in!

2.12. Share purchased sets

Purchased card sets contain copyrighted content from authors, which cannot be shared because of copyright, but are recommended for sale to others. For this you click on the desired set of cards, then on the point "recommend card set and be rewarded" and enter the email address or username.

2.13. Share your own card sets

You can easily share your own created card sets with the "Share" button on the top right. There you have the possibility to share it with Repetico users, social networks or embed them with the specified HTML code.

2.14. Printing out the flashcard sets

Repetico also offers the possibility to have your questions and answers printed out. You have the possibility to include pictures (car setting) or to exclude. However, this does not work for purchased map sets. To print a set of cards, proceed as follows:

- Call up your desired set of cards you want to print on
- Then click on the menu item Settings
- You can find the print option in the 2nd line on the left

2.15. What do the individual colors in the circle next to the card set mean?


3. Shortcuts

You can use shortcuts to simplify the use of Repetico. Here you can find our currently available shortcuts:

During the learning process:

A: Watch the answer

B: Exit

G: Know

N: Not known


When editing index cards

CTRL + A: Mark everything

CTRL + B: Highlight fat

CTRL + C: Copy

CTRL + K: insert link

CTRL + S: Save

CTRL + U: Underlined

CTRL + V: insert STRG+V: Einsetzen


4. Where can I find existing index cards of other users?

To find freely available card sets of other users, click on the search field or the magnifying glass icon on the top right and indicate your desired topic after you search. After entering you can then select from a list the set of cards that you want to learn by clicking on the green button "Learn" (top right) or directly on activate. When searching, make sure that you have activated the filter on "Cards" or "Card Sets".



5. The learning point system

5.1.  How does the learning point system work?

What are learning points: Learning points are an indicator of how diligently you learn. Decisive here is the regularity of your learning and not the mere quantity of learning material. You will receive learning points each day on which you learn at least 10 index cards. The more days you learn in a row, the more learning points you get for the day. Starting with 10 to a maximum of 15 learning points. You will see the learning points on the start page of your learning plan, as well as on your profile and on the learning points page.

5.2.  My learning points have not been assigned - what can I do?

In this case, please contact directly and add the username to your mail.

6. Learning options and learning modes explained

  • Study by schedule: Here you get the cards proposed, which you should ideally learn according to our deposited learning algorithm in order not to forget the contents,
  • Favorites: Here you will be asked for all the cards you have marked as favorites
  • Not yet studied: All the cards you have not played yet are requested here
  • Not known ones: Here are queried cards that you did not know
  • Limit to keywords: Here you can limit the query to cards that you have provided with specific keywords.