Based on someone's recommendation here on the Forum I started using hackchinese.com for vocab/flashcard practice - the website uses a spaced repetition formula. I'm currently using the 20 day free trial but am finding it a really helpful way to review. With the built in dictionary it is easy to make your own lists of words to review but they also have pre-made lists. They just posted lists of all of the Domino Chinese vocab from the Fluency Path levels 1-9. Right now it looks like the only way to get to those lists is with this link: https://www.hackchinese.com/third_parties/domino-chinese Anyone else tried hackchinese?
Yep I am using it.....right now in support of Domino， I use speechling, glossika, fluent in mandarin for mass input and shadowing and Hack for SRS Flash cards
How does Hack Chinese compare to Anki? Is it a similar approach?
Quite happy with Anki and Domino Chinese Deck so far.
For me it is just easier and seems more intuitive...I have used Anki before for about a year and only just switched over to Hack. I like that it is just click a button and everything is set for me. So I guess if you like organising and managing everything yourself stick with anki but if you like automation and just want to focus on the characters then go with hack.
I quite like anki because I can get more practice while manually creating the card decks: typing in the correct characters, and typing in the translations and examples. I have to think more to create them.