Save time by creating cards using ready-made data.

Where to get data

Many apps and websites with flashcards can export data* to the CSV (comma separated values) format.

For example, Anki, Quizlet, and others.

Also, you can create CSV files from tables or text in programs such as Excel, Google Sheets, Numbers.

Export to CSV

Save the data to a CSV file using the following principles.

1. Each row is a future card, and each element must be enclosed in quotation marks.

2. Use a tab, comma, semicolon, dash, or equal sign as a separator between elements.

3. Inline items work like this:

If there is only one element, it will become the name of the card when imported and will be placed on the front of the card. And the back side will remain empty.

A CSV file should look something like this in a text editor:



and so on.

If there are two elements in the row, when imported, the first element will be the card name and front, and the second element will be the back:



If there are three elements, when imported, the first element will be the name of the card, and the second and third will be the front and back:



Fourths and other elements are ignored if they exist.

Import into Everycards

To use import you have to purchase the package of professional features Everycards Pro.

Select CSV file. Check if the data is placed correctly. Change delimiters if required.

*Everycards supports importing text data only.