Hello! New user here, just trying my first grammar points. I plan to work simultaneously with みんなの日本語 books and Bunpro, but started with basic grammar points via the Study Full Chapter option. Meanwhile I am learning kanji with WaniKani (adding some offline calligraphy slots), currently I am around level 3, so I know a few kanji, but not that many.
Even in the first few grammar points, I find kanji and vocabulary which I do not know, such as, for example (in です card):
友達です。 (He/she) is a friend. [polite]
Here, I did not know the meaning, reading or kanji for friend (友達). There are multiple such items as I look into the first chapter study stack. I checked Bunpro FAQ for Study instructions, but the “Examples” sections does not mention kanji or vocabulary.
Do you take notes and study all kanji and vocabulary as you go through a grammar point? If not, is it safe to assume that all the vocabulary will keep coming up in the reviews? Or perhaps should I just not worry about this, because in a month or two I will get all the basic kanji and vocabulary from WaniKani?
So what is your process? When do you safely assume that you have properly done a grammar point? How much attention do you pay to example sentences?
PS. I also saw that there is a WaniKani API for hiding kanji and vocabulary which are on my stack on WK. Why would someone want to hide WK items on Bunpro? Considering the fact that the more exposure, the better, shouldn’t the exact reverse of this option be available?