The collaborative research tool.


Introducing Cubby — a private workspace to store files & links, annotate your content, and synthesize with AI.

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Drop unlimited links from the internet, or files from your device, and Cubby will make it ready for your workflow.

Mark up articles in their original form.

Mark up articles in their original form.

Highlight and mark up the original articles you’ve saved, without losing important formatting that often happens with reader modes. Keep your highlights in context & jump back to them later.

Audio, video, YouTube, podcasts. With transcripts.

Audio, video, YouTube, podcasts. With transcripts.

Cubby automatically transcribes any audio & video content you throw at it. That includes links to YouTube videos and podcasts. Annotate the transcript itself, listen along, play back, and even download clips.

PDFs, Docs, PowerPoints, ePubs.

PDFs, Docs, PowerPoints, ePubs.

Draw annotations onto PDFs & other documents regardless of how they're formatted. Keep your PDF notes organized and in one place.

Available on all content types

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Hi there! I’m your Cubby Assistant. What would you like to know about this podcast?

Automatic summaries generated on every post you add.
Ask AI questions to gain insights across any number of posts.
All fully truthful, with sources that jump back to your content.

Synthesize content

“What are the main points the speakers make about recruiting?”


Find quotes & sections

“Show me every time design comes up in the conversation.”



“Get the main points & rewrite them as a tweet thread”

From highlights & notes to a finished doc in seconds.






Cubby Doc






Synthesis of your highlights & notes:

Given the directive to synthesize the underlying ideas from a variety of research notes and highlights without focusing on one specific post, note, or highlight, it's clear that the overarching themes revolve around the concept of unit economics, its critical importance in evaluating business models, particularly in startups, and how it intersects with growth strategies and sustainability.

Theme 1: Understanding Unit Economics

Unit economics is fundamentally about breaking down the value proposition of a business to its simplest, most atomic level - typically per unit of goods or services sold. This theme encompasses discussions on calculating and analyzing cost per acquisition (CPA) versus lifetime value (LTV) of a customer. It underscores the necessity for businesses, especially startups, to grasp their direct costs and revenue on a per-unit basis to ensure profitability and scalability. The materials suggest that a deep understanding of unit economics allows for more informed decision-making regarding pricing, marketing strategies, and product development.

Theme 2: Growth Versus Profitability

Another recurring theme is the delicate balance between pursuing growth and maintaining profitability. Notes and highlights indicate debates on whether startups should prioritize rapid growth by reinvesting revenues or focus on achieving profitability by optimizing unit economics. This discussion often touches on venture capital investment and its role in fueling growth at the expense of immediate profitability. The synthesis of these points suggests that while aggressive growth strategies can capture market share and drive up company valuation, they must eventually be supported by solid unit economics to ensure long-term viability.

Select posts and create a Cubby Doc with a custom prompt. Our AI will synthesize all of your team’s highlights and notes and make an export straight to your Google Drive or Notion account.

Keep your flow. Do it all from your browser.


Our Chrome Extension lets you make highlights, notes, and add to your cubbies directly from your browser, without leaving the page. No more interruptions just to save a link or leave a thought.


All of your highlights and notes made in the Chrome Extension sync in real time to Cubby, making collaboration with your team possible without ever leaving the browser.

Or let our integrations do the work.

Supporting, but not limited to





RSS feeds

Integrations connected to your cubbies are completely under your control. Automatically bring in the content you want – and filter out the noise. We currently integrate with the most important platforms, and add more every week.

Keep in sync with real time collaboration.


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Forget circulating documents and manually keeping your team up to date with research. View your team’s activity in simple views that help you understand what’s going on.

Find that one quote.

From the middle of that video.

That you kinda remember.


Everything you put into your cubbies becomes instantly searchable. That means quotes from content, highlights, notes, assistant chats, and more. Search from any page and jump directly to the relevant paragraph in your content.

Stay connected.

All of Cubby’s core features are built to work 100% offline, allowing you to continue your research no matter what your situation. When you come back online, we’ll sync any changes you’ve made to the rest of your team.

All of Cubby’s core features are built to work 100% offline, allowing you to continue your research no matter what your situation. When you come back online, we’ll sync any changes you’ve made to the rest of your team.

But for when you’re really out of office,

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Cubby iOS app assistant
Cubby iOS app assistant

Go mobile.

All your content, 100% of Cubby’s features. You can access all the power of Cubby from virtually anywhere.

Audio & video. Listen with the transcript, save highlights, take notes, and share clips from the subway, or 10,000 feet up.

Offline sync. Just like our desktop and web apps, you can use our iPhone app without a network connection.

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