Get intelligent suggestions while you write.
bundleIQ uses AI to connect you to useful insights from the bundleIQ workspace and Notion as you work, whether you're browsing the web, composing emails, or taking notes. bundleIQ makes it easy to find and use valuable facts to create better, more informed content. In the way that Grammarly helps you write better, bundleIQ helps you think better. WHO USES BUNDLEIQ - Researchers, analysts, and content creators who gather information make sense of it and use it to create an accurate narrative. UPDATES 3.2.2 Bug Fixes Made the AI-powered extension draggable BENEFITS AI-powered Search Information Recall Knowledge Graph AI-powered Writing Assistance Advanced Web Clipper
- (2022-10-13) Dennis Lee: I ended up not using the product and the Analyze button always in the right hand corner of the screen was overly large and often blocked buttons that I needed to push on the screen. Moreover, it was quite complicated to use which makes me question half legitimacy of the other reviews on the web store.
- (2022-07-27) Megan Shah: BundleIQ has been an absolute lifesaver throughout my first year of college. The AI assistant has been so helpful for writing papers and working with groups. I am able to upload all of my textbooks as PDFs in my workspace, and when I’m writing I am intelligently given suggestions without having to search through hundreds of pages. My data is much more accessible and organized. I can’t wait for the upcoming features!
- (2022-07-14) Andres Espinosa: The extension is an amazing companion to my workflow. As part of a team that uses Notion, being able to combine my team's notion notes with my personal ones on BundleIQ and get insights through the extension has saved me a tremendous amount of time 🙌
- (2022-07-14) Arturo Herrero: Using bundleIQ literally feels like magic. It's like having a cheat code! I've been using their app for over a year and the amount of time the AI assistant has helped me is invaluable. Highly recommend it to anyone who has to manage knowledge in multiple tools on a regular basis.
- (2022-05-20) Stephen Morgenstern: This is my first time writing a review for possibly anything, but I had to chime in and say what an incredibly consistent job the team behind bundleIQ has done with such a fantastic product over several months. Not only does it actually do an amazing job at what it purports to do - but in different contexts (i.e. academic, business pitching, creative fiction), and from what I hear much more is to come in the way of integrations with specific platforms beyond note taking, Gmail, academia, etc already. It's the genius “no-brainer” (not in that it’s an obvious conceit, but in that it frees your mind) which no one has done and executed to such perfection; these guys have a massive first-mover advantage and are genuinely doing something for the net-goodness and thought-out comprehensiveness of the world (as goes for great fiction, too, no doubt another application). Keep it up!
- (2022-03-02) Andrew Edelman: BundleIQ is so unbelievably awesome and versatile. I use it as a replacement for Google Docs to store all of my internal support documentation and canned responses as a technical support rep. While CRMs and ticketing systems like Freshdesk or Zendesk have their own canned response databases, the chrome extension for BundleIQ makes it infinitely better as I can type a phrase from the support ticket with relevant keywords and pull up all relevant support documentation and/or responses on that subject. One of many use cases I plan on using it for but it's truly awesome!
- (2022-02-28) John Schade: I just started using BundleIQ and it's already been a huge time saver and helps me bring in stronger material for my research than I could have ever done without it.
- (2022-02-04) Corey Kelly: I use BundleIQ for much of my research as a Public Sector Analyst. Most recently BundleIQ has pushed an update that makes it much more simple to save relevant information bytes from articles, pdfs, and other contents while quickly giving me insights. This team is moving so quickly to improve their features and I can't wait to see what is next!
- (2022-02-01) Joe Wilson: Love BundleIQ. It takes the strain off my brain!
- (2021-08-30) BestTechie: I love bundleIQ! I use it for all my notes and it's phenomenal at surfacing information up to me when I need it. The tech has continued to improve month after month too! Can't wait for future developments.
- (2021-08-30) Karla Cordero: I've been using bundleIQ for all my work and personal notes for about a year. It's the chrome extension that is the winner for me - it gives me quick and easy access to all my data, keeping the suggestions relevant to what I'm typing in the moment. With so many notes and information I have on my computer, it basically helps refresh my memory and remember things I didn't even realize I forgot!
- (2021-08-12) Brian Schmitt: My unstructured data that is stuck in random google docs, emails, and messaging apps were hard to find and only had value in the moment they were written. BundleIQ gives all of them context and lasting value by providing relevant prompts to them while I'm writing new docs, emails or messages. 10x'ing the value of my writing and notes.
- (2021-03-26) Jeff Robbins: Love it. Don't have to worry about finding my notes or files. Bundle brings them up automatically as I write. Very cool.
- (2021-03-23) Reese Costa: I use BundleIQ when I am researching and writing content and it is great for finding past related articles and content. It really makes link building and research from earlier articles easier. Its integration with wikipedia also makes it easy to dig deeper into areas I may have not thought to look into first.
- (2021-03-20) Matthew Bucklin: I use BundleIQ for all my notes. Its great!
- (2022-09-24, v:3.0.0) Standard User: Downloading my data
Hello, is there a way to download all my notes?
- (2022-03-18, v:1.4.0) Tony Lo: unable to upload epubs
I keep getting an error after it hits 100%. I can't read the entire message, but it says something like "A channel named"... and then the error message goes away but it seems like the upload failed
- (2022-03-18, v:1.4.0) Tony Lo: Upload/connect website links?
Is it possible to just use a link to website/webpage as an "upload"? It seems this would be very user friendly. (If I understand correctly from one of your demos, I need to print/save the page as a PDF and then upload that. Those extra steps are quite laborious if want to upload a lot of info quickly. Nowadays, a lot of knowledge is collated in a series of bookmarks, which would be great if can import/upload.)