As your collection of RemNote flashcards grows, there are times (prepping for an exam, planning for an upcoming meeting, etc.) that you might want to study only a subset of your cards. There are three different ways to study your cards, with two of these ways involving creating sub-decks.
Three Levels of Queue Granularity
The Global Queue
The global queue aggregates all of your cards from throughout your knowledge base. Global queues can be accessed using the Flashcards button in the left sidebar.
Your queue will cluster groups of similar cards together automatically, helping reduce the burden (i.e. cognitive load) of rapidly jumping between different topics. Clusters are generated using your hierarchical structure, your document structure, and your network of Rem References. Our clustering algorithm prompts practice within idea spaces and intentionally generates clusters of related concepts to strengthen learning and concept associations. The global flashcards queue lets you test yourself on all of your Rem, leveraging powerful Interleaving effects alongside the Active Recall Practice and Spaced Repetition effects.
A document queue is a queue that only contains cards from Rem directly in a document. Document queues can be accessed by opening a document's menu, then clicking the Practice option. You can choose to either only practice Rem that would appear in your queue on a normal spaced repetition schedule, or practice all of your Rem. Document/Folder queues can be accessed by right-clicking over a document/folder on the sidebar and clicking the Practice Rem icon. It can also be accessed by clicking on the same icon from the Document Menu, while in the Zoomed in state Document/Folder queues let you focus your practice on a specific topic such as Biology, Epidemiology, or Spanish. They'll pull their cards from any Rem directly in the folder, or from any Rem in nested folders.
'Practice with spaced repetition' and 'Practice all cards'
The third type of queue is the embedded queue. The embedded queue can be created from regular portals. In the six-dot menu next to the portal, click "Turn into embedded queue". These provide a quick way to practice the contents of a portal.