How to remember what you read

You, my fellow human, are a learning machine. 
But, reading something online once doesn't mean you'll remember it. 

You gotta practice! 

mindreps - the learning tool we've built - uses spaced repetition to test you on what you're trying to remember.

As you practice, this drills it into your long term memory.
Helping you to remember insights, soundbites and facts you read online 10x better!

So, how does it work? Simple :

Within the article you're reading, highlight the text that you want to be able to recall at a later date. This could be an important fact, figure or quote that you want to try and remember.

Copy & paste the text to the mindreps app and hit "save to mindreps" to begin the magic.

mindreps will quiz you at regular intervals, testing you on what you're trying to remember. This will help you transfer it from your short term memory to your long term memory. 

mindreps is an app that sits in your browser as you're surfing the web.

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What our users are saying

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Financial analyst

What a pain point you have captured. I am often stopping in the middle of articles, books etc to take notes to remember. If there was a way to not just quiz but add a tagging and storage method would be fantastic!


Head of Sales

I empathize with this problem - mindreps is what I've been missing in my life!



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