Fuse is a universal toolset to collect, organize, and share information from the web that can be used for various tasks
Whether you’re researching your next blog post, lit review, or home remodel, the hard part isn’t finding information on the internet -- it’s putting it all together.
If you’ve ever had too many tabs open, bookmarked things you’ve never gone back to, copy-pasted into bloated google docs, or been frustrated by tab managers, note-taking apps, or to-do lists, you know that it’s hard to keep track of all your information across all your projects. It’s even harder when you have to keep switching tabs or apps to save or access that information.
That’s why we built Fuse: a sidebar that lives with you wherever you are on the web and helps you collect and organize your research. Based on over a decade of cutting edge research from Carnegie Mellon on how our minds make sense of information, Fuse vastly simplifies collecting information from different places on the web, curating and cross-referencing it, and keeping it organized.
Made by researchers researching research for anyone researching anything.