Largely separate from the production of works, there is a view for collecting, sorting and editing adequates, where a few different types of items can be used to aid thinking and remembering. Different types of item include links, textual notes, images, videos, graphs generated from data and "scientific notes" (PubMed and other scientific abstracts). These items can be organised into adequetesets and the adequetes within them. Adequate content for images and videos can be displayed in larger or smaller size.

If you want to keep the adequates and adequates in a certain order, you can still list the adequates as you like, e.g. in a private article or in browser bookmarks by linking to the adequates directly. There is a toggle in the Adequates view to display these links.

An adequateset already set for a project can deselected, as it only affects whether those adequatesets are selectable in this view. Several projects can use the same adequatesets. Unlike with image catalogs, adequatesets are not included in the project-specific backup, but are backupped separately as separate zip packages that can be imported back if necessary.

The image items are same as image particulars, which can attached/inclued to writings as both use images from image catalogs. Links can be added by e.g. drag'n'dropping them directly from browser bookmarks, one by one or folder by folder, as well as from the address field of browsers and link-type files. Relevant modal window is accessible by clicking the "Add item" button. It also allows one to add e.g. YouTube videos, but item types are more limited than what could be attached/included to writings. To add sciency-type items, a separately provided application is required.

The use of links has a few peculiarities, one of which is that its data is retrieved by an external service, which is currently limited to retrieving the page title. Once the link has been added, it can be manually sent (with a button) to another external service, which takes a screenshot of the full page behind the link, returns this image in its internal response, and then saves it to a user-specific "Quick saves" image container, from where it can be moved to another one or be kept there. Cross-device synchronisation between browsers can be used to collect links by keeping a publishing application open in one of them and collecting links first, e.g. to browser's bookmarks.

Images can be added individually or to an existing image Item, which makes it a multi-image Item. The latter is initiated by first adding a single image using the Attach to the adequate button and then continuing with the Add to the item button. These can be found in the "add image particular" modal window. Multi-image items are displayed as stacked, when showing contents of an adequate containing it and separately in the Item preview panel. Each image is accompanied by a link to the "particular browsing" view and the image container there.

As in the "particular browsing" view, an OCR operation can be performed on the images, the results of which will be added to the text content of that item.

Backupped adequatesets can be imported to a project by drag'n'dropping them onto the "Project's adequatesets" menu element. Item of an adequate can be moved from one adequate to another by simply dragging item of an opened adequate and dropping it on the name of target adequate.

It has been considered if it should be possible to a) browse the material on a separate monitor using a hand gesture recognition device, b) browse and edit the material in virtual reality using a separate tactile control device, c) send an item viewed on a desktop view for viewing on a mobile device, but these are so far only interesting prototypes, which were intended to streamline a possible new approach to introducing such functionality.