Any spreadsheet application
Check anichart. Yellowmark the ones I'm currently watching, green the ones I've seen and red the one's I've dropped.
Plus I have an anime folder with all the shows downloaded in there. I just have to open it and check.
I don't. There's plenty of times I've gotten halfway through a series and realized that I've watched it before, or read the manga. But it's all daijoubu, because I enjoy watching anime.
Memory. If I forget it, it probably wasn't that important for the moment. Plus it feels really nice to rediscover something you didn't know you missed. Full awareness is overrated.
I don't keep track and my memory is so bad that sometimes I'll get half way through watching or reading something before realizing I've read it before
I sure as shit don't have an accurate count on how many I've watched either
>+2 days since moot left
>not keeping your anime in a spreadsheet
I seriously hope you guys don't do this.
At first I thought I was going to use CCCP forever. Then I stopped being retarded and learned to install MadVR. Life is better now.
You wouldn't remember 104 manga and 20 series you currently read/watch either. It's about knowing where you have to continue (chapter/episode) not which series you once started or watched.
>Using both romaji and kana in the same sheet
ANN. Am I pleb?
In my defence, I started before anidb came around, and it's the only thing I use it for. I'd migrate but frankly I don't feel like researching which of the current options would suit me best. Nevermind re-adding a few hundred titles (unless there's an import option).
I've only kept track of manga and vns I've read in a poorly formatted spreadsheet. I have a problem of stupidity that makes me horrible at recalling out of the blue things I've watched or read, though if a name is given I can at least remember if I've done so or not. At lot of stuff just goes in one ear and out the other, or into my eyes and out.... wherever.