The easiest way to study new words you learn on ChinesePod within Pleco is to use the new "Open in Pleco" feature found in our new range of apps.
Watch the videos below to see how to add words to Pleco decks in seconds.
(note:Pleco flashcards is a paid for add-on)
Directly from ChinesePod app on iOS, to Pleco
Directly from ChinesePod App on Android, to Pleco
From ChinesePod.com website to Pleco app (More complex)
If you want to study your ChinesePod words in Pleco's paid add-on flash card reader, check out this video below.
First, you'll want to;
- Click on any word in the lesson dialogue to save this to your custom vocabulary list.
See more info on that here.
- Go to your vocab manager, and export your deck as an XML file for Pleco. (Rename it something memorable).
For the rest of the steps, check out the video, or read on...
- Save the file you just download to a cloud app like DropBox/Gooogle Drive/iCloud Drive.
- Open the cloud app (in this example we're using Dropbox) and find the file.
- Open the file and find the option to Export it.
- Choose "Open In" from the options, and choose "Import with Pleco".
- Pleco will open, and the file is saved in the "Inbox" folder.
- Go to the menu of Pleco and select Flashcards>Import/Export
- Chose "Import Cards"
- Jump to "Step 2:Import into Database" and pick "Import"
- Choose the file (It's found in the"Inbox" folder).
- Click "Begin Import".
- Go to "Organize Cards" in the side menu to view and study your cards. (The cards are saved in a folder called ChinesePod and inside this is a category name which is the same as the deck name found on ChinesePod, (We recommend you make your decks in ChinesePod first and save cards to logical decks rather than a large, uncategorized folder).
Save the XLM file you downloaded to Google Drive.
Open Pleco, and pick Import/Export from the flashcard side menu.
Pick "Import" and Choose File.
This should open a file browser including Google Drive. Find the file you saved in Google Drive and click "Import"
Open the sidebar and pick "Oragnize Cards"
You should see a new folder called ChinesePod, and inside this, the name of the category which is the same name as your deck name in ChinesePod. (We recommend you make your decks in ChinesePod first and save cards to logical decks rather than a large, uncategorized folder).
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