Struggle (fight) with Memrise


(Isik645) #1

Dear All,

I urge all of you to struggle with Memrise about creating a mobile app and function “offline mode”.
We all have to prove that they made the wrong decision and should make them change their mind.

How to do it?

  1. Everyone writes their complaint in the forum (a separate publication about it).

  2. Everyone writes their complaints to their email address.

  3. All put low scores in the official portals of the program: play market, facebook, app store etc.


(Isik645) #2

Come on guys.


(Ismail Ghedamsif3) #3

I did my job of complaining now I’ll just move on since I found my alternative.


(Isik645) #4

So pity. But I couldn’t find an alternative.


(Ismail Ghedamsif3) #5

Try Memorion
The most important features in my opinion are

  • 7 game mode : Match-em - Pick One - Listen Up,Number Me,Pick Gender,Type It,Spell Me,Hang’Em and Just Listen
  • 8 text fields per card
  • Card stacks can be downloaded from Anki, Quizlet and Office file
  • Fully integrated dictionaries
  • Multi users

(Tommcb) #6

I was thinking about going to their office and asking for a meeting. I live near enough. But I feel that the die is cast, so to speak. I shall simply have to adjust to doing nothing in the eight hours a week I usually learn on my commute.


(Isik645) #7

Yes, it could be an option.


(Isik645) #8

Yes, Memorion is a good app


(Baite) #9

Go, if you can! On ‘our’ (whoever wants to join that group) of us, too :slight_smile:


(Ismail Ghedamsif3) #10

I’m impresed by the efatures to important decks from other website.


(Isik645) #11

Yes, exactly


#12

@kevin5284

Please, please do this.

I suggest requesting a meeting between Memrise and whichever users live in or are willing to travel to London. This can be at their offices or in a cafe/ bar/ pub. Timewise I suggest Friday late afternoon/ early evening so as many people can attend as possible.

They have previously held a meetup, so if they are serious about community this is the time to have another one.


(Edcooke) #13

Hi there, this is Ed, Memrise co-founder and CEO. Thanks for this suggestion, I think It would be great to hear from you and any other passionate London-based Memrise users who’d like to share their views on Decks and Memrise. I’m wondering if Wednesday evening next week would work for you, March 6th, at, say, 6 p.m.? We’re based in Spitalfields. Let me know if this might suit, and we’ll see about recruiting a few other Londoners to share their views / needs. Thanks.


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(Sakana Otoko) #14

Your profile doesn’t look very offical, can we get some staff with visible creds in this thread to confirm?


(Vikestart) #15

Right… :stuck_out_tongue:

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(Kevin Memrise) #16

@Sakana-otoko @Vikestart yes it is him. Like Ed said we’d be very happy to host you in our office next week and discuss Decks with you


(Vikestart) #17

Oh my… too far away… :persevere:

It’d be great if some people living in that area took up on that offer though, it’d be interesting to see what could come from such a meeting.


(Tommcb) #18

I’d be very interested in attending. Would it be open to all?


#19

Dear Ed,

Really appreciate the reply.

7pm would be preferable as it would mean I wouldn’t have to leave work early and I’m sure would give others time to travel to Spitalfields.

Definitely can’t do Tuesday.

Wednesday evening is my real life weekly Korean class but willing to miss it, if Thursday or Friday doesn’t work. Also happy to do Saturday morning, although I understand this may not suit everyone.


(Edcooke) #20

Yeah, we could do March 7th, Thursday evening at 7 p.m. if that suits people at our offices in Spitalfields.