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Atlas Recall

A searchable photographic memory for your digital life

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Jordan Ritter
@jpr5 · CEO, Atlas Informatics
Hey everyone - Thanks for checking out Atlas Recall! We’re excited to give you early access to this truly revolutionary product from Atlas Informatics. Recall is a searchable photographic memory for our digital lives. We built Recall to help people be more productive and work smarter. On average we waste 20% of our time sifting through emails, calendar in… See more

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Jordan Ritter
@jpr5 · CEO, Atlas Informatics
Hey everyone - Thanks for checking out Atlas Recall! We’re excited to give you early access to this truly revolutionary product from Atlas Informatics. Recall is a searchable photographic memory for our digital lives. We built Recall to help people be more productive and work smarter. On average we waste 20% of our time sifting through emails, calendar in… See more
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Hiten Shah
@hnshah · Crazy Egg, KISSmetrics & Quick Sprout
Atlas Recall is a ridiculously cool (and useful) new product. You install it on your computer then It passively keeps track of everything you do then it allows you to find *anything* you've used and opened using a slick desktop search interface. It also integrates with your Google Search results. Totally worth trying especially since they've given folks from… See more
Joel Andren
@joelandren · co-founder, PressFriendly
I've been waiting for a product like this for a long time.
Reminds me of Black Mirror episode "The Entire History of You'. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Th... For anyone interested it's available on Netflix. Netflix have actually just produced their own 3rd season. Wikipedia synopsis: Black Mirror is a British television anthology series created by Charlie Brooker that features speculative fiction with dark and som… See more
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Nikolas Huebecker
@nhuebecker · COO @ TeenMade
Atlas is fantastic! Only feature request is to create and edit tags or the kinds as you refer to them. This would let people like me sort things into more detailed catagories and add apps like slack into the messages category. I hope that makes sense