How do you guys create Anki cards from podcasts?
Bassiehetkoekje last edited by
I listen more to podcasts, compared to watching or reading stuff. I'm trying to find faster ways to create Anki cards for Podcasts.
My current workflow:
- Find interesting new word
- Launch hotkey to send the position in the podcast episode to myself. I use MacroDroid (Android), to send stuff to Pocket.
- Once a day, I go through my list on the Web App of Pocket, and I make Anki cards BY HAND
Anyone else use podcasts for language learning? What's your approach?
abady.aaa07 last edited by
Maybe you can find something like "Airr" or anything in that case to transcribe your fav podcast, and then you can easily use Migaku to save the sentence and the words you want, pretty fast. you just need the pod transcribed then use the extension.
Oh, I just got the idea. you might use "utter.io" to live transcribe your podcast and then save whatever parts you like with the browser extension just like any text in the browser. ta-da!!
Hieronymus last edited by
I don't really mine podcasts but when I find words in impractical formats (like podcasts, physical books and so on) I use Akebi for Japanese. You can choose your own format and they have example sentences for a lot of words. Not as good as getting the sentence you heard but efficient.
SteviMigaku last edited by
I don't do it that often, but when I often just type the word into a file on my phone and searched manually for sentences afterwards. Not the most efficient, but I think short of having a transcript its going to be a lot of manual work either way.