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Building the Smart Sticky Note of the web

We get a little more hands-on and discover how the Reasonal Entries can bring structure and clarity into your online life.

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Natalie Tillack

Building the smart sticky note of the web - Rethinking how we collaborate on digital content

In our previous blog post, we have introduced how the context, that we deliver through our Reasonal system, is generated by humans and a collaborative AI. In this blog post, we will get a little more hands-on and discover how the Reasonal Entries can bring structure and clarity into your online life.

Handling digital content is nerve wracking

We send over 1bn links every day, and that's via Slack, Google Drive, and Microsoft Teams alone. Every time, these links are decoupled from whatever context has been established about the linked article or file. We lose track of the links' history, quality, or validity. Endless searches through instant-messaging channels, as well as working on outdated or flawed files cost us billions and is nerve-wracking for the individual - you!

Handling digital content is nerve wracking

Current tools keep information separate from the links. When searching the web, there is no way to quickly structure your findings, check the quality of the content we found or were sent, or annotate information. By the time the information reaches our note-taking tools, CRMs, or instant messaging platforms, you have already done broad and time-consuming research.

Reasonal delivers the most important context with every link - across teams and platforms

At Reasonal, we rethink what information we need for online content and where we need it.

We create the Smart Sticky Note of the web, and our Entries have space for annotations, important metadata, and our Reliability Markers, and deliver them across teams and platforms. Our Entries can be attached to every link - whether it's a public news article, a LinkedIn profile, or an internal team document. No matter where and when you have created your Sticky Note and who created it, you will see it whenever you access the link. To ensure that what you are reading is relevant, up to date, and reliable.

Reasonal delivers the most important context with every link

Reasonal starts at the first layer of digital information

Reasonal can be thought of as an intelligent & lightweight tool for information preservation for all digital content. As adding or modifying Entries to links only takes one click, be it from your browser, your mobile phone, or from Slack, and are attached no matter where you open the links, it's incredibly easy to access them - to give you the peace of mind that you have all the information you need, while coping with a huge spread of information.

Reasonal is a problem solver for your own and your team's digital life

Besides helping the individual get on top of their information inflow, Reasonal shines when links are shared. No more searching your Slack for instructions or the latest status on a certain file, no more version conflicts, no more double work.

Reasonal is a problem solver for your own and your team's digital life

Platforms

Reasonal is available as a web app and soon-to-be-released mobile app. You can access entries for every link, bookmark them, and share your knowledge too by creating or modifying entries. It is also available as a Chrome extension, which gives you markers next to all links; as a Twitter bot, where you can forward any link and get a reply back with the entry and marker; and as a Slack extension in our Team version, where you can forward any link and get a reply back with the Entry and Marker.

Try it out!

If you are interested, sign up for our beta version and download one of our free apps. If you are really interested, you can become part of our inner circle of enthusiasts and put yourself on the closed-beta waitlist for private spaces for you and your team.

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