Welcome to the Vocabulist Help Center! Vocabulist is currently in beta. Any and all help is appreciated. Please enter your ideas below, and in due time, most will be implemented.
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David Brock 2 years ago • updated by Gloria Sarmiento Fuertes 2 years ago 3
Once you have organised a list be able to put it into order after you have entered all the terms
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Alnita Edwards 2 years ago • updated by Ahan Malhotra (Founder) 2 years ago 1
It would be nice to select the words from the list that I would like to keep. Instead of deleting words I don't want. Can be too time consuming for very long documents.
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Started
Leena Karmitsa 2 years ago • updated by Ahan Malhotra (Founder) 2 years ago 1
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Tatyana Sokolova 2 months ago 0

1. Delete repeated words 2. Enable more than one definition 3. enable uploading or choosing an image for a definition

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N Wallis 6 months ago 0

The main sentence has a spelling error

WETHER should be WHETHER


Can this be changed?

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Nikki Hayes 1 year ago • updated 1 year ago 0

I'd like to promote this website to teachers and students at my institute but as they are all English teachers, the first thing they would notice is a spelling mistake.


I am referring to the page where new lists are created ("Let's get started by selecting wether you want to upload a PDF, Word, or Text file, or paste a list of words. Click the appropriate choice below.").


Could you please change the spelling of the word "wether" (correct = "whether")?


Thank you and congratulations on what seems to be a really useful tool!


...BTW, "wether" is a legitimate word (although not in common use) but this word has a meaning that you will probably NOT want to have associated with your website :-) ...

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Pete C 1 year ago 0

What a wonderful tool. Thank you.


A few suggestions.


1. It would be cool as an ESL student to have the word explanation in different languages.

2. Have a quick global option to cut out the main common words such as "and", "if", "but" etc ...

3. Keep the edit fuction (the pen/delete) to the far left and next to the vocabulary word because sometimes you want efficiency and you don't want to look far left and far right.

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Judith Conroy 1 year ago 0

I work with students who have reading difficulties, it would be great if you could make it more accessible by enabling words and text to be spoken. Thanks Judith