[Feature Request] (Optional) Longer delay after getting an answer RIGHT

In speed review, speed is of the essence but …

When learning or revising (especially where you have a phrase as a question and another phrase as the reply) accuracy is important.

When answering (and given a choice of say 4 or 6 alternatives) I may not be certain I have chosen the right answer, so I like to re-read the answer (if I get it right) to help reinforce the learning.

If I get it right I often don’t get long enough to reinforce it in my mind (and no repeat for a long time).

To keep everyone happy, could we have the option (1) as now and (2) to have twice as long a gap before the next question is asked.

This would certainly help me.

Cc @MemriseSupport

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I see this was similarly requested by @NameAlreadyTaken

[Feature Request] Add Pause or Click to Continue

Hi @DW7, thanks for raising this and linking the other thread. Other users have also got in touch to raise this issue so we’re discussing this internally at the moment and looking into the behaviour of this across all modes and platforms. From there, we’ll see what can be done to make it a better experience for all users (whether that’s slowing down the transition/adding an option to manually move on/something else).

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Many thanks for considering this, and thanks for your “appreciation”.

This post is asking for a consistent speed, but a choice would be good.

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This is really important feature i would like aswell. Instead of going to the next question right away we could click a continue button. Or even something as simple as like an AUTO NEXT QUESTION feature you can turn on and off. That way you can click Continue to go to the next question or something. Duolingo uses a similar feature and i would love if memrise did aswell!


YES! THIS!!1!! :slight_smile: I occasionally get tripped up by Memrise asking me to type something in, I do so, and press Enter LIKE PRACTICALLY ALL OTHER SITES REQUIRE AFTER ENTERING SOME TEXT. But nooooo, Memrise takes my response IMMEDIATELY when it matches, EVEN IF I WAS GOING TO TYPE SOME MORE (in error). And then, the Enter becomes an “I don’t know” for the immediately following question, resulting in useless repetition of something I probably DID actually know.