In this article I’ll tell you in detail how to use Flashcard.online editor to create your own flashcards.
Have a look at this video to see how the app works:
STEP 1. Prepare images
If you’re going to make flashcards without images, just go to the next step. If you’re planning to do cards with pictures, you have to do some preparation work.
Search for free images in Google or download royalty-free stock photos and clipart images from under Creative Commons (CC0) license at websites like Pixabay.com, Pexels.com, Stocksnap.io, Unsplash.com.
Ideally, the image size for 2 cards per list is 300*400 px, for 4 per list – 250*300 px, for 8 flashcards per list – 180*220 px. Still if you don’t stick to these sizes, it’s OK that an image is just vertical. I use IrfanView Editor for fast photo cutting and rotation.
STEP 2. Set flashcard parameters
Go to Flashcard.online editor and set the following parameters:
- title of your flashcard set
- number of cards per list (2, 4, or 8)
- type of flashcards (only text or image+text).
STEP 3. Add your content
Upload your images and add text to the flashcards. If necessary, add and remove new lists to your set.
You can create up to 5 lists in a single flashcard set.
Step 4. Save the PDF file
Once you have added everyhting, click “Save as PDF”, then “Free Download” to get the file. If you work in Chrome browser, the PDF file will be opened in a new tab. Use right-button menu to save the file to your computer. Enjoy learning with flashcards!