Document Preparation1. You can import text data from any word processor, but before you copy-paste the text from your document to Quizlet, you’ll need to make sure that your list is formatted correctly: • Make sure that each line has only 1 term and 1 deﬁnition. • Make sure that the term and deﬁnition on the line are separated by either a tab, comma, or custom symbol.Acceptable Format Examples: or or Terms and Terms and Terms and deﬁnitions are deﬁnitions are deﬁnitions areseparated by a tab separated by a separated by a comma dash, one of many possible custom symbols.
Creating a Quizlet Set from Data Import2. When you’re ready to import your data, login to Quizlet and select “Create Set” in the home bar, or click the “Make Flashcards” button to get started with set creation. Note: If you are not logged in when you choose “Make Flashcards” or “Create a Set,” Quizlet will prompt you to make an account so you can save your material.
Setting Up to Import3. Fill in your title, description and subject information for your ﬂashcard set.4.Choose yourset’s languages.5. Select “Import Data” to begin importing content from any text document.
Importing Data into Quizlet6. Make sure to change the choices at the top of the form to match the formatting choices you made in your document. 7. Then copy and paste the data 8. When you’re done, click into the large, blank box. “Import” Tip: Use the “Live Import Preview” to check that the import has gone well; if there aren’t any formatting errors, it should be color-coded green!
Publishing a Set 4. After clicking “Import,” you should see the entire set of datayou pasted. If everything looks good, click “Create Set” to publish it & start studying! Congratulations on importing a Quizlet set!If you need more help, stop by our Help page or reach us through quizlet.com/feedback. Happy Studying!
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