Your new best friend to learn something every day
Zuperly is your learning companion that helps students and working professionals learn, retain, and master their everyday learnings
The ultimate learning companion focussed on retention
Zuperly helps you centralise all your learning resources, like links, images, PDFs, audio files, and videos, in one unified personal knowledge hub.
Get your learning journey back on track
Got an inconsistent learning schedule you keep thinking and talking about fixing but never actually commit to? Let Zuperly take care of it
Capture any resources from across the web, like links, images, PDFs, audio files, and videos, seamlessly.
Organise a group of resources into individual learning spaces for easier navigation.
Condense large amounts of information into your manageable form.
Schedule and Master
Complete your learnings with ease and without stress.
In case you're curious about the "why"
Here's what some incredible people across the globe have said about learning retention
Growth is fundamentally driven by the long-term accumulation and compounding of usable knowledge. We accumulate and compound this knowledge through consumption and retention. Consumption is the inputs—what comes in. Retention is what remains after any leakage.
Success is the inevitable byproduct of learning (not education).
Read books that are relevant to what you want to achieve right now. If it's relevant, you'll use it. If you use it, you'll remember it.
The difference between a good student and a great one is that a good student is concerned more about the outcome while a great one is fascinated by the process of learning.
Reading something (or listening to webinars/audiobooks) gives a sense of learning. But it is the act of making notes and reflecting on it multiple times (at different times) that helps in retention.
Only a few people become masters at learning skills by observing great people operating. Specially if they’ve been only good at cracking exams from a fixed set of books and questions. Great learners are masters of osmosis.
The actual way you learn: Experience --> Reflection --> Abstraction --> Action -->This is the learning loop.
The key in this world of information overload isn't curation of content instead learning effectively & retaining it well.