▼ What is the "Digital Me" feature in Glasp?
The "Digital Me" feature in Glasp allows users to create a digital model of themselves based on their past learnings. This model can answer questions related to the user's knowledge and interests, and it can even suggest articles, videos, and notes that have inspired the user.
A digital clone or digital me in Glasp is a virtual representation of a user's knowledge and interests, created based on the data captured through the Glasp browser extension. It reflects what the user has learned and resonated with while browsing the web, including articles read and videos watched.
▼ How does the digital clone/me respond to questions?
The digital clone/me responds to questions based on the knowledge graph and data captured by the user in Glasp. It uses the user's past learnings and captured insights to provide answers and relevant information to inquiries.
▼ Can the digital clone/me suggest learning resources?
Yes, the digital clone/me can suggest learning resources such as articles, videos, and notes based on the user's interests and past learnings. This feature helps users discover new ideas and inspiration related to their interests.
▼ Can I share my digital clone/me with others?
Yes, users can share their digital clone/me with others by sharing their Glasp profile. This allows others to see the user's knowledge graph, interests, and even interact with the digital clone/me to gain insights from the user's learnings.
▼ What is Glasp?
Glasp is a social web highlighter that allows users to capture what resonates with them on the web while reading articles or watching videos on YouTube. It helps users track what they've learned or are interested in and share it with others through their profile.
▼ How does Glasp work?
Glasp works through a browser extension. Once you capture something on the web, it's added to your profile, where you can see what you've learned or are interested in. Your followers, coworkers, friends, or anyone can see what you're reading and learning about.
▼ How can I use Glasp to enhance my learning?
You can use Glasp to capture insights and knowledge while you browse the web. This helps you build a personal knowledge graph that can be referenced later. You can also ask your digital model questions and get answers based on your captured knowledge.
▼ What are the benefits of using Glasp?
First of all, Glasp is free! You can import your highlights and notes, as well as export them to note-taking apps. You can also receive daily reviews of your Kindle highlights and connect with other readers.
Glasp is designed to help you remember and reinforce what you've read. They also make it easy to organize and reference your reading notes, as well as connect with other readers.
Our aim is to help you get the most out of your Kindle highlights and notes. The more you use Glasp, the more you'll find yourself remembering and applying what you've read.
▼ Can I access other people's learning through Glasp?
Yes, you can access other people's learning through their Glasp profiles. You can see their knowledge graphs, what they're interested in, and even their notes. This can provide inspiration, new ideas, or reading lists.
▼ Does Glasp support users from multiple countries?
Yes, Glasp is available for users in various countries, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, Spain, Germany, France, Italy, Brazil, Mexico, India, and Japan. Please select your country when importing your Kindle highlights.
▼ What is the vision behind Glasp?
The vision behind Glasp is to democratize access to other people's learning, even after they die. The goal is to make it possible for anyone, including future generations, to access the knowledge and learnings of others, contributing to humanity even posthumously.
▼ How can Glasp help me after I die?
Glasp aims to preserve your knowledge and learnings in a digital format that can be accessed by others, including your grandchildren or people 100 years later. This allows your contributions to humanity to continue even after your death.
▼ How did the founder's personal experience influence Glasp?
The founder, Kazuki, experienced a life-threatening subdural hematoma at the age of 20, which led him to think about how he could contribute to humanity even after his death. This experience influenced the development of Glasp and its vision to preserve and share knowledge.
▼ Is Glasp a free service?
Yes, Glasp is a free service. You can import and export your highlights and notes without paying a subscription fee :)