Frequencing is the patented process of incrementalizing a body of information into singular pieces and exposing them sequentially, over time, through a spaced repetition cadence. This periodic exposure to the information enables the user to develop graduating degrees of recall of the information. Key to this process is delivering the increments of information as time-delimited questions that require interaction from the user simultaneously with all other users. The combination of driving responsiveness with incentives and consequence, socializing it by creating an environment of real-time peer competition, and spacing out the cadence of interactions over time provides a proven recipe for capturing significant volumes of micro-engagements that result in empowering the user to recall the information.

For example, Frequencing of a 10-chapter book may result in the delivery of 130 questions through Ringorang; whereby each chapter is summarized in 10 Ringorang questions that topstack the most important elements to remember about that chapter. This adds up to 100 unique questions -- 20 of which are selected as the most critical questions to answer, so those 20 are repeated once and 10 of them are repeated twice. Including repetitions, a total of 130 questions are delivered across three months -- with each of 10 weeks containing 10 questions relating to a single chapter of the book, plus three additional weeks containing 10 questions each which are repeated from previous weeks.