Seamlessly navigate across contexts
Thoughts can be added to multiple contexts, and navigating between them is quite easy: just look for the superscript that indicates the total number of references.
How long? Nobody knows.
Autofocus goes where you go
No files, folders, or tabs to keep track of. No opening and closing sections to get the perfect view. em‘s autofocus follows your cursor, keeping just the right amount of content on screen at once.
I feel like I’ve seen this before.
Learn simple but powerful gestures to control where your thoughts are placed. As these gestures become more automatic, em becomes a transparent extension of your own thinking process. It’s pretty much as good as it sounds.
The power of your gestures has convinced me.
Something about being smarter, faster, stronger
If you’re into that kind of thing. Personally I prefer a less instrumental approach.
I thought you’d never ask.
Why is everything black and white?
Provides a structure for your thoughts that helps to make their conceptual complexity more transparent. Really.
Follows your attention and keeps your focus by automatically limiting how much content is shown at once.
To yourself. I know, you thought this was a social feature. em is just a better way to chat with yourself.
Optimized for mobile, so you can record thoughts wherever you are.
Loads in seconds, online or offline. Can’t let those insights get away.
Please don’t mistake it for the territory.
I have always been fascinated by the mind. In my twenties I journaled every morning for hours. I was amazed how much clarity arose just by spending time with my mind and a piece of paper. There is something magical about externalizing your thoughts and experiencing them looking back at you.
–Raine Revere, Creator of em
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