Well Done! Import csv working! Always loved the app, but now REALLY useful as can create cards on PC and then use in app. It's difficult to find the import means and after almost giving up, I found it purely by chance and to help others to import an Excel (or other) .csv file copied to device: 1. Create a new Card pack in SuperCard app manually and save. 2. Click "Cards" button. 3. Now click the 3 dots, top right in 'new card' screen and select the import CSV file option. 4. When testing, remember that to use as a quiz, you need more than 3 cards in the pack. A user friendly option would be to automatically taking the user to point 3 above (with options available), after choosing 'Import' as a create card pack option.
Irritated with its non compliance of Importing feature Great app.. Not a second thought about it... But, the import issue still persists..I lost my 2 days of preparation at a crucial time because of this issue...I installed it in blue stack and it is not opening now...the exported file isn't being detected...
Doesn't do what it says Seems good, but no good to me as I can't draw the symbols I need to learn. When I go to take a quiz nothing appears. Doesn't work if I take pictures or try to import them either. Would go premium if it could.
Update: I figured out how to import a .csv file by chance. I thought you could do it when first creating the deck with the "import" option, but then I discovered you only have the .csv option available AFTER you create the deck. You might want to change that, it's confusing. Otherwise, great program!
Import from csv fails silently Tried to import a standard csv file (renamed it to .sc first) produced by another quiz app, it just fails silently. Would be good to see that fixed.
Exactly what I wanted Out of all the flashcard apps, this one hits the nail on the head
- After a long hiatus, an update! This first of many to come. This update specifically addresses import issues - the highest reported problem. Importing and exporting should work just fine now. Enjoy!