In this tutorial, you will learn how to ‘dress’ a Naked flashcard. Dressing a flashcard means adding pictures, definitions, sound and other important information. You can study your flashcards after they are dressed.


Open the browser window. Click on the Naked Flashcards deck

Make the browser Window small and your dictionary big.

Get Definition

Copy the information from the dictionary.

Get Images

Switch windows and search Google Images for your target word. Right click to copy

Press CTRL+V to paste the picture.

Get Audio

Click on AwesomeTTS -> Add Audio to Selected

Click ‘Generate’

Click OK.

This Note is dressed. It has pictures, a defintion and sound.

Now I can move it to my study deck.

Move cards to study deck

Click on the first card.

Hold shift and click on the last card.

Right click and select ‘Change Deck..’ or press CTRL+D

Choose your study deck and click ‘Move Cards’

Extra Tips

Dressed Flashcard Examples

I have some real examples of flashcards I have made with my studetns. See the pages below to see examples of well-dressed flashcards.

Keyboard Shortcuts

USE KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS!!! I can’t emphasize this enough. Keyboard shortcuts will help you make flashcards MUCH FASTER. Learning keyboard shortcuts requires practice. Practice using keyboard shortcuts every time you make a flashcard. This is a very good habit to develop. You can see the keyboard shortcuts in the tutorial video. Here is a list of the common keyboard shortcuts you can use when making flashcards:

  • Ctrl+C: Copy text or an image
  • Ctrl+V: Paste text or an image
  • Ctrl+A: highlight all the text, all cards, etc.
  • Ctrl+Z: Undo (if you make a mistake)
  • Ctrl+Y: Redo
  • Alt+Tab: quickly switch between different windows
  • Tab: jump to the next field/box in the card template
  • Ctrl+Enter: Finish/Add note
  • Double Click (on a word): highlight a word

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