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- 1: Users and Accounts
- 2: Adding and Editing Verses
- 3: Studying and Reviewing
- 4: Grouping with Labels
- 5: Importing and Sharing Collections
- 6: Audio Features
- 7: Five Steps to Remember
- 8: Managing Prayer Cards and Devotions
1 - Users and Accounts
Register as a User
On web.remem.me you can register for free. After submitting the registration form, you will receive an email asking you to confirm your registration.
Multiple Verse Accounts
An account for your verses is created automatically with your user registration. Language, account name, review preferences etc. are stored in your account’s settings. As a user you can add additional accounts, e.g. for your children or for memorizing verses in a second language. For most users, one account will be sufficient. You cannot transfer verses between accounts. For organizing your verses, use labels.
In order to add a new account (or an existing account from an older Remember Me version), click on the triangle in the header of the menu on the left.
Synchronising Multiple Devices
Devices with offline capability sport a round arrow icon next to the current account’s name in the navigation drawer on the left. If the icon is not visible (e.g. in a web browser), verses are stored online only. Verses and study progress are synchronised automatically. Tap the round arrow icon to load data newly edited on a different device. If you need to force your device to retrieve and send all data, press long on the icon.
Editing and Deleting Verse Accounts
In order to edit or delete the currently selected account, select “Account” from the main navigation on the left. Tapping on the wastebin icon in the top right corner deletes the account. A deleted account is stored in the wastebin for three months and can be restored from there.
Editing and Deleting User Access
If you want to edit or delete your user registration, switch to account navigation (triangle in the header of the menu on the left) and select “User”. For editing your email address, enter the new address and the current password and tap on “Save”. For deleting your user access to remem.me alltogether, all verse accounts need to be deleted first. Then, enter the current password and tap on the user dialog’s wastebin icon.
AttentionDeleting your access to remem.me cannot be undone. All your data will be removed from all databases immediately and permanently.
2 - Adding and Editing Verses
Adding a Verse
Select the tab “New” and press on the “+” button at the bottom of the screen to open the form. Fill in reference and passage and tap on the top left button (disk symbol) in order to save to verse. The verse is now listed in your inbox.
Retrieving a Passage from an Online Bible
If Remember Me recognizes the reference (e.g. 1st Jn 3:16 or 1John 3:1-3) as a reference to a Bible passage and the source (e.g. ESV) as an online Bible version, it displays a button with a Bible symbol. An additional toggle button allows to retrieve the passage with or without verse numbers. If you tap the Scripture button, Remember Me opens the online Bible’s website and offers you to paste the passage into the app. You can add additional line breaks or other modifications and save the verse (see above).
Editing a Verse
If you tap on a verse listed in one of the three boxes (New, Due, Known), it is displayed as a flash card. You can edit it by tapping on the pencil symbol in the top bar.
Attaching an Image
When editing a verse (see above), you can attach an image that will be used as flashcard background for the verse. Basically, you can enter the internet address (URL) of any image available online in the field “Image URL” in the lower part of the screen. For convenience, there is an image button on the right for searching images on Unsplash.com. Tap on the name to find out more about the photographer and on the image to insert its address into the form field. Only photos from Unsplash.com are included in public verse collections. Tap on the top left button (disk symbol) in order to save to verse with the image attached.
3 - Studying and Reviewing
Verses move between the three boxes “New”, “Due”, and “Known”. Studying precedes the transition from “New” to “Due”. Reviewing moves the verses between “Due” and “Known”.
After adding a verse, it can be studied using different kinds of games. To start studying, tap on the verse and on the study symbol in the top bar.
- Obfuscate: Hide some words and try to recite the verse by filling in the missing words from your memory. Tap on an obfuscated word in order to reveal it.
- Puzzle: Build the verse by tapping on the correct word.
- Line Up: Display empty lines or first letters by tapping on the icon on the left (on the bottom bar). Advance by tapping on “+word” or “+line”. Try to recite the word or line before you reveal it.
- Typing: Build the verse by typing the first letter of each word. After committing the verse to memory swipe the flashcard to the right in order to move it to the “Due” list. From now on, the verse takes part in the reviewing process.
Select the tab “Due”. If you would like to change the order of the verses, tap on “Due” again. In order to start the reviewing session, tap on the button with the outlined flashcard icon at the bottom.
When reference and topic are displayed, recite the verse from memory, then flip the card to check if you were correct. If you prefer reciting the verse line by line (for editing line breaks see Adding and Editing Verses), tap the icon in the bottom right corner for each line.
If you need a little help to get started, press the help button in the bottom left corner to get a hint. You can skip a card by swiping it up.
If you remembered the verse correctly, swipe it to the right in order to move it to the “Known” box. This will increase the verse’s level by one (until the review limit in the account’s settings is reached). If it was not quite correct, swipe it to the left. This will reset the verse’s level to 0. This might sound a bit shocking, but it is very important for the review frequency of the verse. Verses with low levels show up for review more often. This helps to reinforce your memory of a verse before it gets forgotten. Spaced Repetition ensures that you repeat challenging passages frequently, but also don’t forget familiar passages.
Select the tab “Known” and tap on the button with the filled flashcard icon at the bottom. Remember Me randomly picks 7 cards and presents their passages. Try to recite the reference from memory, and flip the card by tapping it to check if you are correct. If you are, swipe the card to the right. If you aren’t, swipe it to the left. The app will get the card back to you during the review session until you remember it.
You can skip a card by swiping it up. Unlike reviewing passages, the app does not keep track of your reviewing progress. This mode of reviewing is more like a quiz you should take once in a while to refresh your knowledge of the references.
If you would like to include the reference when studying passages or to review verses by topic, activate the corresponding setting in “Account”.
4 - Grouping with Labels
Create or Edit a Label
Select “Edit labels” from the main menu on the left in order to create, edit, or delete a label.
Attach Labels to Verses
Select one or multiple verses by tapping on their badge on the left or by pressing long on a verse. Tap on the label icon of the context menu on top. Check labels you want to attach to the selected verses, uncheck labels you want to remove from the selected verses, and tap the button to save the changes (disk icon).
Filter Verses by Label
The visibility of the verses grouped by labels is set in the labels’ drawer on the right (see above). You can change the state of the labels/groups by tapping or pressing on them. The icons have the following meanings:
- Crossed out label: Verses with this label are always hidden.
- Outlined label: Verses with this label are visible unless some labels are in exclusive mode.
- Filled label: Verses with this label are visible, and all other verses are hidden. Press long on a label to display its verses exclusively.
Some automatic filters and filter settings are available:
- All verses: Tapping this option changes the labels’ modes so that all verses are visible.
- Unlabelled verses: Tapping this option changes the labels’ modes so that only unlabelled verses are visible.
5 - Importing and Sharing Collections
A verse collection is a published label.
Find a Collection of Verses
Select “Collections” from the left navigation drawer and use the search function (magnifying glass icon) to find what you are looking for. Tap on a collection card to see more details, and tap the download icon in the top right corner in order to import the collection’s verses into your account. A label with the collection’s name makes the new verses distinguishable from your other verses.
Publish and Share a Collection of Verses
Select “Collections” from the left navigation drawer and tap on the “Publish” button (world icon in the top right corner) in order to see a list of all labels that are attached to verses. A crossed out world icon means, the label and its verses are not visible to other users.
Tap on a label and provide a description of your collection in the form that pops up. To abort or to unpublish a previously published collection, tap the crossed out world icon at the bottom of the form. All publication details are deleted and the verses hidden from other users. When you are ready to publish, tap the highlighted world icon at the bottom of the form. All publication details are saved and the collection will appear in other users’ search results.
Embed Your Verse Collection in Your Website
Since Remember Me 6 is also available as web application, you can embed a collection or a verse of a collection in your website. Visitors of your website will be able to use Remember Me’s games and flashcards right on your website. All you need to do is add an iframe element to your html code with the address of your own verse collection on web.remem.me, e.g.
<iframe src="https://web.remem.me/collections/127700899409706" style="border:none;" width="320" height="480" title="Our Memory Verse Collection"> </iframe>
which results in this:
6 - Audio Features
Repeatedly listening to verses supports your memorizing process. Recording your voice while reviewing a verse strenghtens your knowledge of if.
Listen to a Box of Verses
In order to start listening to verses, select the box you want to listen to. Listening to verses in your box “New” makes you familiar with them. Listening to verses in your box “Known” refreshes your knowledge. Press the play button to start listening. Using the buttons at the bottom you can pause, stop, or skip a verse.
You can have Remember Me repeat all verses or a single verse or slow it down using the settings button (cog wheel) next to the control buttons.
If you would like to include the reference after the passage or to listen to verses by topic, activate the corresponding setting in “Account”.
Listen while Studying a Verse
When studying a verse (see Studying), you can start playback by pressing the play button in the top right corner. During the games, Remember Me reads each word or sentence you reveal. You can turn off speech using the settings menu (cog wheel) in the game.
Record and Play Back Your Own Recitation
The flashcards in your box “Due” (see Reviewing Passages) sport a microphone button at the bottom. Tap it to record your recitation of the passage. Pressing the button again or flipping the card stops the recording. After revealing the passage, playback starts and makes it easier for you to check if your recitation was correct.
7 - Five Steps to Remember
1 Add a new Bible memory verse.
Remember Me offers various options to save a Bible memory text to your device. You can
- enter any text manually
- retrieve a verse from a variety of Bible versions
- download Bible memory collections from other users
2 Commit a Bible verse to memory.
Studying a Bible verse gets fun if you apply a variety of methods.
- Listen to it
- Hide random words
- Make it a puzzle
- Display first letters or empty word lines
- Type its first letters
3 Use topics.
Not everybody is good with numbers - and you don’t need to be to to memorize with system. Add a topic to your Bible memory verse and it will help you pick out the right Bible verse from your memory.
4 Review memorized Bible verses.
Once you have committed a Bible memory verse, it shows up for review. You can review memorized Bible verses directly from the “Due” box or use flashcards. Say the Bible memory verse aloud and check if you got it right.
Spaced Repetition makes sure you review newly memorized Bible verses often, but don’t forget well known Bible memory verses either.
5 Redeem the time.
Make the most of every opportunity. Remember Me works because you can take the one minute during which you are walking to your car or ten minutes while you are eating Muesli in the morning to memorize Scripture. Keep it with you and use it during those natural pause moments of life.
8 - Managing Prayer Cards and Devotions
Create a Prayer Account
Create a separate account for texts that you want to read regularly rather than memorise. Since the references probably play a minor role, you can select the option “Learn by Topic” when setting up the account.
You can add texts in the “New” box or import a collection of texts from “Collections”. Some kind of numbering is useful as reference. For example, if you split up a collection of long prayers into individual prayer cards - such as the books by Stormie Omartian - the references could be 1a, 1b, 1c, 2a, 2b etc. References are used to sort the cards. It is also helpful to add a topic to each prayer.
Sort the prayers by topic or by reference (alphabetically) by tapping the “New” tab a second time. It is best to say the prayers aloud and in your own dialect or words. This way, even preconceived prayers can turn into a personal conversation with God. Write down impressions and thoughts that become important to you during prayer below the prayer text (“Edit verse”). In this way, your prayer account also becomes your prayer diary and reflects part of your communication with God. Move the prayer after your daily devotion to the “Due” box to keep track of your prayer progress. The “Known” tray is not needed for prayers.
Reusing a Prayer cCollection
If you want to start over with a prayer collection after you have completed it, select a prayer (long press), then “select all”, and move the whole collection back to the “New” box.
What information do we collect?
We collect information from you when you register on our site. Registering on our site is not required to use the mobile app Remember Me (Android and iOS).
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How do we protect your information?
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California Online Privacy Protection Act Compliance
Because we value your privacy we have taken the necessary precautions to be in compliance with the California Online Privacy Protection Act. We therefore will not distribute your personal information to outside parties without your consent.
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This policy was last modified on July 26, 2016
Rev. Peter Schaffluetzel