Breaking language barriers
One English teacher has truly transformed the way he interacts with his students and how his students learn English. All by using Vivaldi. Let’s take a look!
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Chas4 last edited by
That is an interesting way of using Notes
dbouley last edited by
If there were some way Vivaldi could implement some kind of note sharing, then that would eliminate the need to have to share a user account. An interesting story, though. Necessity truly is the mother of invention.
Chas4 last edited by Chas4
@dbouley: Ability to use the OS's built share option might work for that (like a right click on a note or multiple notes that are picked, or a dedicated share button). That is a good idea there.
luetage last edited by
It's great people get creative and find new ways to use Vivaldi's sync, but I don't get this example. In the pictures notes are used as a dictionary, you could just use any dictionary instead. But besides that, taking advantage of any chat application such as discord should be easier and more straightforward than Vivaldi notes. And I reckon even a shared cloud storage like Dropbox would be easier to use than a browser feature. There are so many ways to do this, but I couldn't imagine going for this specific solution.
mossman last edited by
@luetage Well they do say its a "unique" and "novel" solution, not that they recommend others do it that way.