Glasp allows you to highlight and collect web articles, organize them, and find/follow like-minded people to learn together. You can leave what it truly matters.
Highlight the web and share the gist with peers. Learn from like-minded people. FREE to use.
Glasp Chrome Extension is an easier and faster way to highlight text and leave notes on the web. With one click, the content you’ve collected appears across all your devices. 📚
Glasp beautifully organizes your collection of highlights, so that you can easily come back to what truly matters to you anytime. By following like-minded people, you will discover useful content that expand your knowledge and thoughts. Collective learnings is how humans got smarter across generations.
✅ Highlight text on the web
✅ Take notes on saved content and highlights
✅ Add tags to your highlights
✅ Discover useful content from like-minded people
How to Use Glasp:
1. Click "Add to Chrome".
2. Log in to Glasp from the extension menu.
3. Select text and click your favorite color from a pop-up color tip.
4. You can see your highlights and notes on your profile page and/or Glasp home feed.
5. Add tags or leave comments on your saved content
6. Developing your collection of ideas and thoughts will help you connect the dots and with like-minded people ;)
Benefits of Using Glasp:
+ Retain more information and easy to look back 📚
+ Extract only important parts and use it for the future citation 🔗
+ Discover useful information from like-minded people 🔍
+ Share your highlights & notes with friends and peers with one click 🚀
+ Leave your digital legacy for future generations (contribute to human history) 🙌
Glasp currently scores 72/100 in the Productivity Tools category. This is based on user satisfaction (100/100), press buzz (39/100), recent user trends (rising), and other relevant information on Glasp gathered from around the web.
|The score for this software has improved over the past month. What is this?|
No, but it's a social curation platform, therefore, you can use it with other people.
Yes. Kindle and Readwise.
Notion, Obsidian, Roam Research, Evernote, Pocket, Instapaper, Apple note, Kindle, Readwise, and YouTube.
Writers, researchers, product managers, founders, and students.
To highlight and organize online articles, Kindle notes & highlights, and YouTube transcripts. On the profile page, you can view all the highlights and export them to other platforms such as Notion, Evernote, Obsidian, Roam, Apple notes, and other bunches of services.
Not yet. But we're planning.
To export data of what you highlighted and organize, you can do it with just one click without API.
For reviewing purpose, you can use it on any browsers on mobile and desktop.
For highlighting purpose, as we use an extension/plug-in, we're supporting Chrome, Safari, Brave, and Microsoft Edge on the desktop.
Yes. We offer FAQs, tutorial videos on YouTube, and video call for a guide.
The Idea behind Glasp is great, you can markdown content from the web with great easy and have it consolidated in the same place.
Glasp has a good tagging system and it's easy to share.
It's too frustrating that I cannot use on any site I want.
Glasp deliberately block us from saving from some websites, and don't even allow us to add manually, so some things are simple unsavable and it forces me to use another tool and make my database fragmented and inneficient.
If the devs fix this this tool will be the best one in the market, but until there its only marginally usefull.
And the faq and help tools says it to prevent me from saving sensitive data, as if I was a kid.