We’re testing a desktop browser extension for Firefox, Chrome, and Edge. Read at the bottom for how to join the beta.
But first, and as always, let’s start with ”why.“
- Muse is a tool for thinking, and one type of thinking is decision-making.
- Decisions can be big, like what university to attend, what job to take, or who to hire in your business. But just as often they are smaller, like deciding what videochat equipment to get for your home office.
- Decision-making starts with raw material: research and fodder. And in the Information Age, that material usually comes from the web in an intensive internet research session that results in dozens of open tabs.
- Once you’ve collected all this, in front of your desktop computer is not the best place to make sense of it all. That’s where Muse comes in.
- Currently there’s friction in getting those desktop web browser tabs over to your iPad. Hence this beta experiment: a desktop browser extension.
- We’d like your help to put it through its paces before we decide whether to make this part of the main product.
- The beta is open to paid Muse members who are using Firefox, Edge, or Chrome (or Chromium-derived browsers like Brave) on macOS, Windows, or Linux. Coming later: Safari on macOS.
- To join the beta, just email us from the email you use to log in to Muse, or use Settings → Feedback within the app.
- When you do, let us know your browser/OS combination and optionally, any wishes you have for features of the extension.