Let us consider Ram, an engineering student who is preparing for an upcoming exam. He usually searches the internet whenever he has doubts about a subject. In spite of not being able to speak English well, he used to note down unfamiliar vocabulary whenever he was reading books, browsing the internet, and reading newspapers/blogs etc.

In general, he writes down the vocabulary for a few days, then he stops because of other priorities. A process like this is not effective and it will be diluted after a short period.

Now let's see what Nischi can do for Ram to learn the unfamiliar vocabulary.

  • If he encounters an unfamiliar word while studying, he can quickly see its meaning and translation by pressing Ctrl+C.
  • By pressing Ctrl+C on a paragraph, he can find out the unfamiliar words in that paragraph.
  • Nischi keeps track of all copied words by default. However, you can control these tracking options in the Tracking Settings.

Tracking Settings

1. Enable Tracking
  • Enable word tracking

    When you browse the internet, read a book, or study the news, you are likely to run into unknown words. Nischi will display the meaning of a word when the word tracking is enabled.

  • Automatically show dictionary

    Upon copying any single word, Nischi will display the dictionary by default at the top right corner.

  • Enable sentence tracking

    Nischi will find unfamiliar vocabulary for you if it is enabled when you copy any sentence.

2. Days

By default, tracking is enabled from Monday to Friday, but you can change this setting.

3. Duration

Tracking is enabled by default from 10 am to 6 pm, but you can change this setting based on your needs.

4. Application

By default, no application is selected for tracking; you will have to choose which applications to track.

Example: Google Chrome, Firefox and Acrobat Reader etc.

5. Monthly tracking limit

Free users will receive 300 words of tracking per month, and if you upgrade to premium users, you can get more tracking words.