BrainyTab

Bookmark manager that makes you smart(er)

A Cognitive Bias, Mental Model or Dark Pattern explained every time you open a new tab to help improve your decision-making process.
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Thanks for the hunt Ria. Hey everyone, Maker here. Happy to answer any questions you might have. The shortest version of our story is that this in an improved version of a plugin we built a few months ago called MyCognitiveBias. Now you have some advanced features(all for free) and you can learn about Mental Models and Dark Patterns too. Would love to hear what you guys think of it. Thanks
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Why should I add this extension to my web browser? Could you mention some advantages please? Thank you.
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@adi_swc Hi Adi, Sure. We built this primarily for ourselves. I wanted to be more exposed to various cognitive biases. I wanted to buy a Cognitive Bias Codex posted but my wife said it would look odd in our house. So we built this because I wanted to have these reminders that we’re not as rational as we like to think we are. Here are 2 reasons why I think you should install it: 1. You get to learn about a Cognitive Bias, a Mental Model or a Dark Pattern every time you open a new tab. If you learn better by repetition, you can set it to show you the same thing for a day. These are topics that we feel are critical in improving decision making and that’s why we picked them. 2. You get a super-powerful bookmark manager. You can import your existing bookmarks or add new ones incredibly easily. You can create folders and search through them very quickly too.  Would love to hear your thoughts. Thanks
I like the feature which enables you to choose the type of learning. I'm currently using the Dark Patterns and enjoying it very much. Love the dark mode option too! Well done for creating this!
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@the_blog_trainer Thanks Phil. I'm glad you're finding it useful.
Great product, so simple. Thanks a lot for creating I’m finding it incredibly useful!
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@dec_jones Thanks Dec. We enjoyed building it and it's nice to hear you find it useful.