✨ Early Access

By your side when inspiration hits —​

Savepad is the collaborative swipe file for teams to store, organize, reference, and share all the resources and examples you find online.

Join 200+ marketers, designers, and makers on the waitlist for early access.

Savepad Hero (Product)

Designed to bring some structure to your chaos

Growth teams often struggle with collaborating on references for landing pages, ads, product launches, and projects — find what you’re looking for in one place.

The best swipe file software doesn't exist

Inspiration scattered all over the place?

Sharing cool references and ideas on Slack?

Saving ideas and commenting colleagues in on Notion?

Bookmarking websites into Chrome folders?

Forwarding email designs and copywriting to yourself?

And then can’t find sh*t for your next project, or just 3 months later when you remembered something and wanted to share it?

There’s a reason why most generic tools fail as a collaborative swipe file.

There's better ways than just "hacking it".

If that workflow sounded relatable, that’s exactly how we’ve been struggling with this problem for years.

Between URLs, PDFs, EPUBs, screenshots, code, docs, notes, Tweets, videos, you name it, we didn’t have a collaborative repository to curate all the cool sh*t we found useful over the years.

So we’re building one.

UI concept of Savepad

Save all the things that make you go "hmmm"

Stop frustrating your team by hacking your way between multiple generic drive, design, note-taking apps, spreadsheets, and bookmarking solutions.

Apps & Extensions Ecosystem

With native apps and extensions for Desktop, Mobile, Browsers, Twitter, Slack, Discord, and a host of other popular platforms, save inspiration intuitively without breaking your flow.

Blazing Fast

Savepad is built for speed, designed with real-time sync in mind.


URLs, Screenshots, Emails, PDFs, Images, Videos, Audio, Code, Tweets, eBooks, whatever. Save it all.


Steal saves from others’ public spaces.

Spaces & Collections

Give all your saves the structure and you define.

Search & Filter

All saves are enriched, and indexed for full-text search.

Custom Views

Set Savepad to work in a list, grid, or whiteboard.

Personal, or not

Powerful for individuals, but better when used together.

Imports & Exports

Manage your data in open formats like .json and .csv.

Like it? Save it

Savepad is currently in development, and we’re looking forward to onboarding you when we launch our private beta!

Our first 250 waitlist users will get lifetime access to Savepad for free.

Questions? Answers

We’ve always struggled with real “reference management”.

Whenever we kick off a new project, try to find resources from a year ago, hunt down things we found cool, or just try to find something in all our files/bookmarks across Drive, Notion, Figma, Miro, Slack, Twitter, YouTube, Pocket, GitHub, Bookmarks, and Notes, we’re f*ng lost.

We just give up and go Googling for keywords hoping to find it again.

The problem gets exponentially more frustrating when trying to collaborate with our teams.

Yes and no. We ourselves “save” all our references in between a mix of Google Drive, Notion, Figma, Miro, Slack, Twitter, YouTube, Pocket, GitHub, Bookmarks, and Notes. That’s a mix of PDFs, URLs, videos, code snippets, design references, ads, emails, and a bunch of other stuff. We’re trying to see if we can consolidate all that into a tool that actually makes our lives easier.

Think of it as a collaborative swipe file for marketers, designers, and makers working in growth teams, particularly in SaaS.

Popularized by Marketers, A swipe file is a curation or a collection of “inspiration” used to help with the creative process. It usually includes everything from ideas, copy, drawings, photographs, ads, landing pages, emails, and other creative things that can be used for inspiration when working on projects. They are great to help capture and store creative ideas and can be used to quickly reference and access creative resources.

We’re currently building Savepad to solve our own problems – a highly structured and organized collection of “saves” that we believe should be indexed and searchable in the form of “structured content”, regardless of their format or content. As we’re slowly testing it to make sure it can handle all that, we’re opening up Savepad to a waitlist of others who believe they have a similar issue with the tooling available today.

Join the waitlist and be among the first to know when we’re live!

We’ll be sharing updates on features via our public roadmap on Trello! We haven’t given pricing much of a thought yet.