First, click “New Set” to begin creating a set of flashcards. From here, you can give your set a title and choose the type of flashcards: words, sentences, or math problems (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). For math problems, you’ll be able to use any of these symbols: + - * x × ∙/ : ÷. The answers are automatically calculated, so you won't need to enter any answers.
Once you’ve finished creating your list for this set of flashcards, click “Save." This list is now saved in your flashcard tool. You’ll be able to access it anytime you open the tool. You can also save the lesson with the flashcards and access it from your “My Lessons” folder. This way, you’ll be able to share these flashcards with colleagues.
Now you can click “Back” on the bottom left corner to go back to the main settings screen. On the right side of the setting panel, you can set the time in seconds, you can decide whether to show a timer bar (the timer bar can help students see how much time they have left), whether you want to show the cards one after the other automatically or manually after a click, and whether you want to randomize the order of the list you have entered.
Click “New Set” at any time to create a new list of words, sentences, or math problems.