Quickly access your recent notes.

The first thing you see each time you log into your fuzzypop account is a reverse chronological list of all the notes you've added in the last 7, 14, or 30 days (depending on your customized settings).

It's a quick and easy way to grab fresh and relevant content for your newsletter or latest blog post. It's also a great way to be reminded of something you were interested in, but just didn't have enough time to dig into, earlier in the week.

Unlimited contacts & categories.

Adding a contact or a category is as simple as coming up with a unique label for it!

fuzzypop will automically keep track of how many notes you associate to each and give you a variety of ways to review & engage with them.

The system can even surface which contacts & categories you haven't logged notes for in awhile (and therefore might be due for a little focus & T.L.C.).

Customize for your use case.

Define the time period your 'recent notes' covers. If you log a lot of notes, a setting of somethig like seven days should give you a nice pace and rythm. If you publish or share less frequently, then something like 14 or even 30 days may be a better setting for you.

You can also 'pin a label' so that you always see notes with those labels in the top of the sidebar when viewing a contact or category. I use it for things like addresses, contact information, and which tier they are backing in my drip campaign

Comprehensive search.

fuzzypop search gives you a quick, and powerful, way to find what you want, when you want it.

Can't remember who you attached a given note to? Not sure what the title or the link was? As long as you remember some word that you used somewhere in the note, our search should be able to find it for you.