Quickstart

In this walkthrough, you'll be able to go through the entirety of OmniSets and understand the ins and outs of everything.

Heads Up! This guide requires you to have an account with OmniSets. If you don't have one, you can sign up for free at OmniSets.

Creating your first StudySet

The first thing you'll want to do is create a StudySet. A StudySet is a collection of flashcards that you can study. You can create a StudySet by clicking on the Create StudySet button on the top right of the page.

We'll only cover StudySets in this guide for now, but you can also create StudyPlans and Folders.

If you clicked the New StudySet button, you should be seeing a modal that looks like this:

For now, hit Create from scratch. You should now be seeing a page that looks like this:

Add whatever tags you'd like such as AP, Biology, Chemistry, etc. You can also add a description if you'd like.

Forking allows you or others (if the studyset is public) to create a copy of the studyset. This is useful if you want to make a copy of a studyset and make changes to it without affecting the original studyset.

Once you're done, hit Create Set and you should be redirected to the card editor.

Adding Cards

On this page, you can add flashcards to your studyset. You can add a card by clicking on the Add button on the bottom right of the page.

Learn more about formatting and creating cards here.

Once you're done, hit Save and Exit and you should be redirected to the studyset page.

Studying

Now that you've created a studyset, you can study it by clicking on the Study button on the top right of the page.

Learn more about the StudySet page and the Study mode here and here.