Your Research Assistance!

Kurator is the ultimate Productivity Tool!

Kurator is a Chrome plugin, that lets you save links to web pages, files on your web drives, web documents, social media posts, and generally any link accessible in your browser in special folders.

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Curate your Research
Curate favorite articles and website with one click. Kurator scrapes the page and lets you add and edit comments, image, publisher, author and content tags. Remember everything, and instantly access hundreds of links under one tab!
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Access via Bookmark Manager
Kurator folders are accessible in your Bookmark Manager. Kurator folders are split in a list and preview pane with column filters that let you navigate and manage your folders with ease.
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Publish and Share
Kurator is the authoring tool for KBucket. Create files for export under the "Curation Tree" function and select the folder or folders you want to export. You can also share your folders separately with other Kurators.

Kurator Demo

Kurator is a chrome extension for curating, commenting, tagging, and saving your research in your browser.

Kurator lets you add any link that is accessible through your browser.  This includes webpages, intranet pages, files stored in web drives, web documents, social media posts, and more.

Kurator lets you select folders you want to publish to your KBucket pages for use in your chatbots.

What our customers are saying..

  • Opposition Research By Bryce Summary P.H.D

    At “Show me Victories” we provide strategic communication to our clients. As part of our service, it is essential that we thoroughly research our subjects to gain insight into our strategy for communication.

    We have been using Kurator for a few months now and it has proven to be a huge time saver over previous methods and tools. I have saved 5 hours a week, curating, organizing and sharing my research with my team.

  • Fothion, Inc. By Fred Fotouhi

    As an IT guy, I work with several Cloud-based applications and tools for managing over 1500 clients, and have to keep up with news feeds and security bulletins and such.

    Few weeks ago when it was time for me to replace my laptop, I quickly realized how cumbersome it was for me to use all these tools and portals without KBrowser.  I don’t know how I did it before, but I can attest that having to go back to opening each page individually, spread across different Browsers, or even resorting to “favorites and shortcuts,” in no way compares to just opening my KBrowser and having every site I need opened and organized category all at once.

    KBrowser has become an important tool for me, not just as an IT guy, but also as an individual.

  • International Medical Group By Geoff Tothill

    A Game Changer for both individuals and companies

    I should say that I have been a long time user of the Optimal Access desktop application and our company used it for may years as a content management and curation tool. Karan and his team have migrated much of the functionality of the original software to this remarkable plugin. As another reviewer said – this is really game changing – both for individuals and companies.

  • Medical Doctor By Martin Flynn

    I can safely close tabs without losing them.

    I am usually hesitant of closing my Browser windows because I don’t want to lose my tabs. I often can’t find specific tabs – bookmarking them does not have the detail I need; and a second issue is that the large number of open tabs slow down my computer. KBrowser has solved these problems for me. A truly remarkable and useful extension. It is well worth the time to learn it.

  • Marketing By Israel Moreno

    Exactly What I’ve Been Looking For!!!!!

    TRUST ME! I have to say this is AWESOME!! I’m sure many of you who handle multiple clients have the same problem i have had for years–having tons of tabs open at all time. Basically, it used to drive me insane after a while, and always wanted a way to organized my open tabs, and not have to send them to my bookmarks (you should see my bookmarks–its a mess!) This is the perfect solution, I have adapted well to using KBrowser so far, it’s super easy.

FAQ

Kurator offers a Freemium model. The free version of Kurator offers three folders for storing your research.

The paid version ($3.99/month or $39.99/year) allows you to create unlimited folders, share and import folders and create and publish KBucket pages!

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