Can you believe it’s been 6 months since our Best of 2022 issue? It’s been an incredible year so far for the newsletter and the sites we’ve featured recently have been some of our most popular ever, so this is a quick roundup of the most-clicked links since January.
A quick note on the list: we removed a couple of sites, specifically ChatGPT 4 Google (would have been #2 on the list) and GPT-4 (would have been #6). The former isn’t relevant with ChatGPT plugins now available, and GPT-4 is now so well-known that it doesn’t meet the criteria for sites we should include.
Let's take a look at the list…
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Extract data from any website in 2 minutes. Similar to recording a macro in Office, Browse learns how to extract the data you want by recording you navigating a site. It then lets you capture it regularly and monitor for any changes.
Dashboard that's always 1 click away. This plugin turns a new tab into a customizable dashboard, making it quick and easy to access. Works with Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Brave and Opera. 9 widgets and 8 themes built-in. Open source (👉 GitHub repo)
Enormous AI tools directory. With 250+ tools listed, this site is great for inspiring the next AI startup or finding a tool to help you create it.
Self-organizing workspace. Notes apps like Evernote were great, but were overtaken by tools like Notion that offer more structure. Mem changes that: you can write natural notes, while its AI organizes everything.
Amazingly easy web scraping. Rather than building web scrapers that require you to hunt through the page source for the data you need, just tell Kadoa what you want to extract and from what site, and it does the rest.
Side note: Kadoa was very close to the top spot, missing out by only 5 clicks 😭
Cheat codes for business and life. Writer Ozan teaches mental models to help improve mindset and achieve potential, in a really accessible way. The issue a couple of weeks ago breaking down how success stories (like Joe Rogan's $200m, 2-person business) deceive us is great reading.
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