Learn how to browse and search your memory stack.

Memory Stack Page

The memory stack page is where you explore your memory blocks. You can navigate your timeline to view your memory blocks chronologically and you can search your memory stack using filters or the search bar. You can also edit, favorite, and delete your memory blocks.

To open the memory stack page, click on "Memory Stack" in the top-left corner.


Screenshot of memory stack page

Search & Filters

To find information in your memory stack, use the search & filters feature to locate specific memory blocks.

Keyword Search

To perform a standard keyword search, type words you wish to locate in the top search bar. Searches with multiple words will return results with 1 or more words found. Use quotation marks to search the exact expression.

To only display results from your memory stack, click on memory blocks below the search bar. Results may span multiple pages.


Screenshot of search feature

Filters Panel

To perform a search with the memory blocks' metadata, use the filters feature. Metadata are information associated with the memory blocks, such as the syncing source, the emotions, the people, or the location.

To display a subset of available filters, click on the funnel icon next to the top search bar.

In the filters panel on the right, click on a filter tag to add it to the search query.

Filter tags dynamically refresh based on the results of the current search query. To show the full list again, click on selected filter tags to deselect them.

To only display results from your memory stack, click on memory blocks below the search bar. Results may span multiple pages.


Screenshot of filter panel

Filters - Manual Entry

You can also use filters from the search bar. To display the filter list, type ":" (colon).

This displays the full list of filters, which is longer than the one shown in the filters panel.

To choose the desired filter mode, navigate the list with the Up and Down arrows on your keyboard and press Tab to select it. You can also hover the desired filter with your mouse and press Tab.


Screenshot of filter list via manual input

After the filter type has been selected, a list of suggestions are shown. Use the same method to select it or type it manually.

Press Enter to initiate the search or click on it in the suggestion list.

You can use multiple filters in a single search query. They function identically to the ones from the filters panel.

To only display results from your memory stack, click on memory blocks below the search bar. Results may span multiple pages.


Screenshot of filter suggestions via manual input

Clear Search

To clear a search query, click on the "X" at the right of the search bar.

To clear the search bar without closing the search results, click on "Clear" at the right of the search bar.


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Individual Memory Block

Each memory block displays a lot of information.


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  1. Source App: This displays from which application the memory block was synced.
  2. Profile: This displays your name.
  3. Timestamp: This displays the time and date when the memory block was synced. Some syncing apps allow you to modify it.
  4. Type: This displays if the memory block is audio or text.
  5. Role: This displays if the memory block was synced in a personal or professional role based on your voice prints.
  6. Delete: You may delete your memory block. This action is irreversible.
  7. Copy: You may copy the content of your memory block to your OS clipboard.
  8. Edit: You may edit your memory block.
  9. Favorite: You may favorite your memory block to quickly find them on the favorite page.
  10. Clarify: You may clarify the memory block (to read more, go to our clarify section). Click on the light bulb icon to display your options**:
    • Clarify On/Off: This displays a clarified version or the original version of the memory block.
    • Clarify Again: This displays a different clarified version of the memory block.
  11. View in Editor: This displays the memory block in the editor of sync writing.
  12. View Details: This displays the detailed information of your memory block, including the original content with formatting and images, events, people, and tags.
  13. Memory Block: This is the transcribed memory block. A light bulb appears left of the text if it is displaying the clarified version.
  14. Emotions: This displays the emotions of the memory block detected by your personal AI. Multiple emotions may be detected and stored in your database, but the dominant ones are displayed here.

Clarified Transcription

When speaking, our sentence structure and our train of thought aren't as clear as written text. With clarified text enabled, your personal AI will paraphrase what you said while remaining faithful to its meaning. This improves readability and helps your personal AI's training.

Things that clarify can eliminate include:

  • Repeated words;
  • Filler words;
  • Long disjoint sentences;
  • Incorrect syntax;
  • Etc.

Clarify Off


Screenshot of memory block before clarify

Clarify On


Screenshot of memory block after clarify