We made improvements to the set page to make two really powerful features, your progress and stars, much more prominent, and therefore more useful for Quizlet users. Along the way we made some design updates to make this page simpler.
New study mode buttons
We redesigned the modes buttons from circles to squares and made them bigger targets on the page.
As you get progress on the individual study modes, you'll see it show up underneath the mode name.
You can also see that we changed changed the Test icon. The old icon was an A+, which made it unclear whether the icon was an A+ or your score on the test was an A+. The new paper icon represents a test just as well without this confusion.
Easier to view your progress
In the past, your right and wrong answers on the terms in the set were on a separate tab that only became the default once you'd answered all the terms in the set once. We've now integrated the main list of terms with all your progress data.
Now as soon as you start working on a set, you can see which words you're struggling with.
The original ordering (as well as alphabetical) is always an option at the top of the terms list.
When you're studying, we also show you that this progress data is waiting for you back on the set page.
Starred study sessions
We introduced stars so that you can easily study just the terms that need the most work. With these updates, you can launch right into a starred session from the set page. Star the terms you want to study and then choose study starred terms on the top of the terms list.
Now you can click on the gold Learn mode button to launched into a starred-only study session.
A new format for image-only sets
We added the option to view your terms list as a grid because we wanted to show off images more. However, we've realized that cropping issues make the image unintelligible in many situations. And so we decided to limit grid view to just sets that are only an image and a term (with no definition) and then optimize how we display images.
Now we show the whole image for every term so that it's easier to really see the content of the set.