Harvard Business Review (HBR) has partnered with Mindstone, a learning platform that helps people learn faster and remember more. The partnership will allow HBR subscribers to use Mindstone’s annotation tools to highlight, comment, and take notes on HBR articles.
Mindstone’s annotation tools are designed to help people learn more effectively. By highlighting and commenting on key passages, users can create personalised learning experiences that are tailored to their specific interests and needs. Mindstone’s tools also help users remember what they’ve read by encouraging them to take notes and organise their thoughts.
The annotation tools are currently available to more than 150,000 users in the first phase of the pilot.
Our audience doesn’t just read our content—they want to apply the ideas we publish to their companies and their careers,” said Anne Bartholomew, Director of Product Management of Harvard Business Review. “We’re excited to bring readers Mindstone’s innovative tools to help them focus on the information that’s valuable to them.”
“We’re on a mission to help people manage information overload and maximize their learning,” said Joshua Wöhle, Co-Founder and CEO of Mindstone. “With its focus on research and best practices for leaders, including a rich archive that goes back over 30 years, Harvard Business Review is an ideal partner. We hope our tools help HBR’s readers engage even more deeply with articles and extract and remember key insights from them.”
HBR is the first media partner for Mindstone, a venture-backed startup that serves the education and consumer markets.