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Heyday is a browser extension that automatically organizes your research.
When you visit pages online, Heyday saves them. Then it resurfaces that content alongside Google search results, overlays it on articles, and curates it into topics.
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You spent hours this week doing research. You don’t have extra time to paste every key resource into a Google Doc.
Heyday’s algorithm understands how much time you spend reading articles and their subject. Then, it automatically curates them into topics to grow your knowledge.
My brain can’t be bothered to collect and organize information as I consume it… it’s just not wired that way. Heyday has been amazing at being my AI assistant, never letting me forget or lose track of information I’ve already checked out.
No more struggling to remember where you saw something. Heyday resurfaces documents, messages, files, newsletters, notes, presentations, spreadsheets, tweets, and more.
I've tried every Personal Knowledge Management tool possible and Heyday just blows them all out of the water. This is not an exaggeration.
Marketing & Partnerships, Roc Nation
Install our extension and integrate your apps. Then Heyday will resurface content you forgot about in seconds.
Heyday encrypts your data so you’re the only person who sees it.
Heyday is a $10/month paid-only product. Our only incentive is to protect your privacy.
I've been using Heyday for a few months and it has done an exceptional job helping me resurface content without having to worry about saving, bookmarking, or keeping tabs open. Which is amazing, because I've been a chronic and incorrigible tabhog for years.
The beauty of Heyday is that it works seamlessly alongside you without being annoying. When you go looking for it, it's loaded with incredibly useful content that makes life easier, smarter, and just downright enjoyable.
Vice President, FirstMark Capital
Heyday is a great product for creators and knowledge workers alike. It basically functions as an extension of my memory that's searchable, shareable & easily manipulated.
Founder, Startup ROI
Heyday just works. I highly recommend it for anyone who has 100+ browser tabs open, is drowning in sticky notes (digital or otherwise), or needs to keep track of research information over time.
Founder, Shaun Nestor Brands
As a product person and founder at a startup, I'm constantly reading up on our problem space and customers. Heyday ties it all together.
As someone with a sloppy brain who spends a lot of time on the internet, Heyday's ability to organize everything for me is a life-saver.
Investor, Not Boring Capital
I love that it passively combs my history and contextualizes for me. In my case, I look at a lot of papers, and I'm always going, "where did I see that?" With Heyday I can quickly find it.
Your product has been the best bookmarking and topic organizing browser extension I have used. I dislike most of the reference apps so I type my own manually. Finding what I've read previously online has always been difficult until Heyday. So thank you!
Qualitative Researcher, University of Houston
Heyday was an easy sell: effortless bookmarks and contextual serendipity. I switched over from MyMind and haven't looked back.
Product Manager, ConsenSys/MetaMask
Slick! Particularly in the age of information overload when we forget what we read so fast. Love the resurfacing part - repetition makes the game.
Heyday hasn't just made me feel smarter, pretty sure it's made me smarter, or at least made future me smarter.
Vice President of Services, Commsor
If I had one productivity tool to use for the rest of my days, and you made me get rid of all my others, I would be fine using Heyday.
Founder, Collective Flow Publishing
I’m a long-time sufferer of ‘i read something once that said X’ then could never find the article again. Heyday fixes that and makes it easy to collate topics without having to manually tag every page.
Comms Strategy, Anomaly
As part of my day job I go through 100s of websites every day and have to revisit many of them. Heyday has been a savior for me by surfacing the websites at the right time and right context.
Research Analyst, Sacra
Fast and easy setup. 14-day free trial. No credit card required.
Will Heyday seriously give me a photographic memory?
We're not doctors, but yes. Basically.
If I use Heyday, will I ever have to use bookmarks again?
Why should I trust Heyday to keep my data safe?
Which browsers does Heyday support?
How much does Heyday cost after my free trial?