You are changing the options for multiple decks at once. If you wish a deck to have its own options, you need to give that deck a separate option group. If a parent deck has a small limit, it will prevent the child decks from showing more cards than the parent limit.
Hello and thank you for your response, I kind of understand what you are suggesting, from my understanding you're suggesting:
1.) The current parent deck I have set to 30 new cards per day, so in turn, I should increase the new daily limit for the parent deck (e.g., 9999) cards per day so anki would generate new daily card limits to other subjects.
2.) Are you suggesting that I go into the subdeck (child deck) and change the setting to the number of new cards daily?
Thus, I am not sure which route you're suggesting, number 1 or number 2. Anki is definitely a learning curve.
Anki 9 Image attachment- if you take a look before I started my anki study session it displayed 30 new cards per day across all the sud-decks.
Anki 10 Image attachment - So, I clicked on the Immunology deck, but after I completed my review and new cards from the Immunology deck. I came back to the anki main screen and now the 30 new cards per day from all the other sub decks have disappeared.
ANKI 11 Image attachment- when I click on the wheel of a sub deck (e.g., Biochemistry) and click on options, the new cards per day is at 30, which is my preference, but if I did a subject before Biochemistry that 30 new card per day would disappear, as it happened today, when I completed the Immunology deck.
Thanks for your responses and you both are correct about the number of reviews will be overwhelming with time. I was thinking overly ambitious lol. So, I thought of doing 10 new cards per day. I am currently working on 3 subjects and each subject has its own subdeck and they are Immunology, Lolnotacop, and Biochemistry. As stated, these 3 decks are subdecks, they fall under the parent deck titled "AnKing" parent deck.
When I initially open Anki every morning to do my reviews from these 3 subdecks (Immunology, Biochemistry, Lolnotacop), it will display their new cards that are due today along with their reviews, but as soon as I finish one of the subjects (e.g., lolnotacop), the other 2 subdecks only display reviews that are due for the day but not the new daily cards.
I have clicked on the "gear" for Immunology, Biochem, lolnotacop subdeck and I have tried to adjust their settings, by creating an "options group" for each of the three subdecks and then, in turn, adjusting the settings to each subdeck, in order to dissociate them from the parent deck settings, however it seems they are still attached to the parent deck, because as soon as I complete one subdeck, the other two their new daily cards disappear. So, even if I tried to adjust the settings to 10 new cards daily it will only allow me to do it for only one subject, the others will disappear.
In the Anki 1A Image - After I completed "Lolnotacop" daily review and daily new cards, now the Biochemistry and Immunology deck new daily cards disappear.
Damien, so how do I go about adjusting the settings, so that each subdeck I can place an appropriate limit relative to the parent limit?
I tried doing what you just suggested by simply clicking on the gear icon for each subdeck, and then from the options group, drop-down menu at the top I added a new options group for each subdeck, so that way, the changes/settings I made to each subdeck doesn't reflect the entire parent "default" deck. But that didn't work :-(
tried to adjust their settings, by creating an "options group" for each of the three subdecks and then, in turn, adjusting the settings to each subdeck, in order to dissociate them from the parent deck settings, however it seems they are still attached to the parent deck, because as soon as I complete one subdeck, the other two their new daily cards disappear.
The behaviour you're observing seems to indicate the parent limits have not been set high enough to cover the cards from all child decks. If each child deck is set to 20 and the parent limit is set to 20, you'll only get 20 cards from the first deck for example.