Your approach is good but Anki is a bit complicated.
Instead, I’d recommend using a simple solution.
First, I would follow the principle of Leitner system where you put content from box 1 (new) to box (standard system has 5).
Second, my review system requires a very simple manual. I divide cards in 2 types. Space repetition cards and flashcards. Space repetition card is for content I need to re-read it again. It’s sort of passively review. Flashcards is sort of Q&A. It has to be atomic. In accordance with the philosophy of logic, it has to be proposition which you can evaluate and judege.
Third, when I first review or want to review a flashcard, in this case that it will be a question on the name of file, and I’d add the tag
#box1 to the file. the name of file is the question and write the answer in the body.
For this purpose, I’d just recall them.
I can then review all cards that the saved search shows me following the rule of Leitner system. As the saved search is a regular file listing, I can also sort by creation and update date.
I double-click the file to see whether I knew the answer and update to
#box2 (etc.) if I answered correctly.
Tbh, it’s not ideal system. Once the number of memory items has increased I would update the whole system.
More importantly, it’s to get used to it. Hack your brain! Do it and do it and do it