Save german nouns with gender information
If I click in "Gericht", I'd like Readlang to add "das Gericht" as the flashcard for that word.
One way to to accomplish this is to always include the article (e.g. in English a, an, the) along with the word. The idea of Readlang is to always learn words or phrases as they appear in a given context.
I do agree that it would be nice to show the gender information without needing to include other words. Just offering a alternative solution that may help.
The trouble with including the article as you suggest is, that the context may not always include the article. Or the article may be plural (etc.). If one 'manually' includes the article in the word, then if you don't include it your answer, it's marked as incorrect - and it all starts to get messy.
I have yet to find a site where this problem is resolved satisfactorally. And I think it's difficult to find an elegant solution. Would it be possible to have "M", "F" (and "N") buttons. Or even perhaps, better, user-defined choices?
I deal with this with the "Deutsch Alternatives" window. First, I click to edit the card. Then I scroll down to the dictionary window and grab the full noun with the article (and plural too) and put it in the "Deutsch Alternatives" box. This way, I can see the article during every review.
Corey Spink commented
The article may not be present when you see the word. Another feature that would save a lot of time would be to automatically look up the plural form for German as this is often irregular and must be learnt along with the word.