FAQ - Memory Block

How do I view my memory blocks?

The memory stack page of your application is where you explore your memory blocks. You can navigate your timeline to view your history chronologically and you can search your memory stack.

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

Screenshot of memory stack

Screenshot of memory stack

How do I find a memory block?

There are 3 ways to find a memory block: by navigating your timeline, by using the keyword search, or via filters.

Navigating Timeline

In the center, you can scroll up and down to navigate your memory blocks chronologically.

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 for 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

Screenshot of search feature


To perform a search with the memory blocks' metadata, use the filters feature. Metadata is 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.

Screenshot of filter panel

Screenshot of filter panel

How do I edit a memory block?

In the top-right corner of the memory block, click on the pen icon to edit it.

Modify your memory block and click on "Save Changes" in the bottom-right corner.

Screenshot of editing memory block

Screenshot of editing memory block

How do I delete a memory block?

In the top-right corner of the memory block, click on the bin icon.

Click on "Delete" to confirm the deletion. This action is irreversible.