Heyday is an AI-powered memory assistant that helps knowledge workers to remember more of what they learn while browsing the web. The tool was created by Samiur, the CEO of Heyday, who has ADHD, to help people who have a hard time staying organized remember more of what they learn without extra effort.
Heyday is an AI-powered memory assistant that resurfaces content that you forgot about while browsing the web. The tool has an enhanced search feature that automatically saves pages you visit and resurfaces them alongside search results, so you don't have to waste 20 minutes looking for an article you read in the past. The tool also has an enhanced reading feature that supplements articles with your past research, highlighting keywords you've read about and resurfacing related content. The tool also has a knowledge base feature that creates a knowledge base that fills itself by curating content you read into topics you can review later.
Heyday is not limited to articles and webpages, it also resurfaces documents, messages, files, newsletters, notes, presentations, spreadsheets, tweets, and more. The tool integrates with various apps such as Gmail, Slack, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, Notion, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pocket. With Heyday, you no longer have to struggle to remember where you saw something and you can have access to a wealth of knowledge at your fingertips.