Retain more of what you learn when you browse the internet.
Heyday resurfaces content you saw in the past when you search the web and read articles. Say goodbye to 100+ open tabs. 👋
How it works
👉 When you search the internet or read an article, Heyday resurfaces related content you saw in the past. That way, you can remember more of what you learned within the workflow you’re used to.
Enhances most search engines
- Google Scholar
Resurfaces content from your apps
- Google Docs
- Dropbox Paper
- Google Calendar
And more coming soon!
Install in seconds
👉 It only takes a couple clicks to give your memory a boost.
Surface content alongside search results
👉 Heyday saves pages you visit and automatically resurfaces them alongside relevant search results.
Supplement articles with your past research
👉 When you visit an article, Heyday highlights keywords you’ve researched in the past and resurfaces related content.
Create a knowledge base that fills itself
👉 Heyday's AI curates pages you spend the most time reading into topics to improve your retention.
Keep Heyday working by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any issues.
🔒YOUR PRIVACY IS HEYDAY’S #1 PRIORITY
When you add Heyday to your browser, it says that we can “read and change all your data on the websites you visit.” A more accurate description is that it allows Heyday to save and resurface the webpages you see to improve your memory. We encrypt all the content to keep it safe and don’t sell data. Heyday is a paid-only product and our only incentive is to protect your privacy.