I find custom flashcards to be incredibly helpful. It is so much faster for me to study these 545 target vocabulary, phrases, and sentences in one setting, than to have to search all over 25 plus other card sets the originals occur in. I've also started creating set of the really long German sentences, some of which carry on for 3 or 4 lines, perhaps due to some idiosyncratic characteristics of German language enthusiasts who seem to have a curious predilection to writing really long sentences like that Goethe fellow who once wrote a single sentence spanning three pages, which is the longest example I am aware of, although I should mention that this is not my particular area of expertise despite a substantial interest.,., (this supposed to be a little German language humor here that I'm throwing in such for fun.)
Oh, just as a friendly reminder to anyone creating their first custom card sets. Make sure you save often and before finally going off the page or you will lose your work.
One other hint. Although we do not yet have the ability to save or search other Flashcard sets into a target custom set, one can find the original sentence in the Lessons section, click on the start to the right of the sentence, and it will show up in your MyVocab List. From there, one can import it into a custom card set.
Given how incredibly useful this can, I am hoping our incredibly productive, helpful, patience, and appreciated Rocket Software Development team can give us the ability to have more than one MyVocab list, (which different names.) My German list is over 82 pages long so when I am adding sentences, going through the whole file 20 times to find the different sentences get tedious. Although is it possible to put a temporary start prefix of AAA so they clump together at the top, but then we have to go back and change them back)
PS I use about a dozen other language software program as well, and have noticed that the Rocket Cards have the best font size and general layout. The text is large, clear and easy to read even from three feet or more from the screen. And the colors and layout are beautiful and well chosen. :-)