Have you recently tried to learn a new language? Or maybe extending your vocabulary in a language you had already started to learn? How do you keep track of the new words and phrases that you learn every day? Here I have tool suggestion for you:
It matters to try to memorize new words and phrases in the context you have learned them from. It matters to provide definitions, examples, synonyms and antonyms when trying to save your new words, and most importantly, it matters to classify them in a way that simplifies that process of reviewing them!
Four years ago, I started a new project called Yon Intelligent URL shortening service which was aimed to target Internet users in Persian language. After a few months, it was successful engaging many users and without any more efforts, it became more and more popular over time. Some of the key features of Yon which caused these success are:
Although Yon didn’t limit itself to Persian Internet users and nowadays people from all around the world are using it, but they constitute the minority of users. And that’s while the website user interface even does not support English language yet. Therefore, making the website bilingual would be a good start to make more internationalized which is one the top priories of the features to be added to this online service in near future.
As it goes, I will write more about newer aspects of this service in next blog posts.