After a lot of tiny Surusu updates comes a big ‘un. A long awaited feature is here at last: decks. The semantics are the same as for a physical deck of cards, in that a card belongs to one and only one deck, but can be moved freely between them. Now, you can:
- Combine/import your other accounts as decks, into a single account
- Create decks
- Move cards between decks
- View deck-specific stats
- Do deck-specific reps
- Cure cancer, AIDS and athlete’s foot
- Be happy
Note that in order to fully enable decks in your account, you may need to log out and then log in again. The ability to rename decks shall be added in a future update 😀 . For now, enjoy! All you beautiful Surusuers, keep your comments and suggestions coming using the Surusu hotline.
Other new, hip major features:
- PC/cellphone browser detection (cleaner redirects for PCs, linked redirects for cellphones)
- Background processing (asynchronous data-handling, allowing Surusu to give you a fast interface even as the amount of data being worked with increases).
- An improved repetition scheduling algorithm with more randomization and wider mix selection. Basically, your cards are shuffled more and they’re chosen in a way that further improves performance in terms of coverage breadth/depth.
- Decimation. “Trash bad cards” moves egregiously poor-performing cards to the trashcan, up to a maximum of 1% of a given deck’s cardcount.