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Welcome to the Flashcardlet tutorial. Tap the card to see the other side.

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Flashcardlet works in both portrait and landscape orientations. Try rotating your device to see the difference.

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You can also see a card list, adjust the font, show help, shuffle the cards, or start from the beginning by pressing the icon in the upper right.

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Touch the star in the lower-right to bookmark a card. You can come back later and create a study session to study only bookmarked cards.

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To mark a card as mastered, and not see it again during this study session, touch the checkmark in the upper-right.

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You can create your own cards using Flashcardlet. However, you probably don't need to!

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Quizlet.com has millions of sets of flashcards that you can download. They probably already have a deck that is perfect for what you're studying.

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If you create your cards on Quizlet.com and mark them as publicly accessible, you can download them to Flashcardlet.

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You can even add images to the back of cards when you use Quizlet.com. If you want to access your cards on multiple devices, you should use Quizlet.

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To edit a deck, press the edit button on the deck screen.

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You can delete a deck from either the deck editor screen, or by swiping to the right on the deck's name on the library screen.

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Flashcardlet is free and always open to suggestions. For support, you can visit the Facebook page or send an email to jeffhollidaysoftware@gmail.com.

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This concludes the tutorial. If Flashcardlet helps you, please rate it 5 stars on the app store. Happy studying!