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Updating Anki Decks Without Losing your Progress — 5 Comments

  1. Thanks so much Adam! I’m up to date with the ultimate versions now. I copied the new card HTML and styles in too, and I couldn’t be happier with the results. The audio is fantastic, and it looks perfect on my phone. :)

    The ultimate versions have different fields than as described in your guide, but this was no problem. I made a small mistake with column order but Anki will undo an import with Cmd-Z, so it was easy to recover.

    • I’m glad it all worked without a problem :)

      And yes you are right, this guide is done with a regular version of the Jalup decks, not an Ultimate version. As you found out, there are some slightly different fields, but this guide will still work for it the same.

      I hope the updates power up your studying!

  2. So, based on what’s said in this article, it’s a good idea to just wait until all 2000 audio files are done before doing this update to Anki so I only have to do it once? Or better yet, maybe I should wait for the Ultimate version? Unless the Ultimate version can’t be updated with my review information?

    • Well, the 2nd time around you can probably do this process much quicker. What takes so long the first time is familiarizing yourself with how to do it all.

      The ultimate version can be updated with your review information, so that’s not a problem.

      However, the ultimate version wouldn’t be released unless all 2,000 cards of expert are finished on Jalup NEXT.

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