How do I turn on/off Sync Speech?

Open the Sync Speech app by clicking on the microphone icon in the top-right corner and turn on/off speech recording by clicking on the toggle switch.

After creating your first voice print, sync your spoken thoughts and conversations by activating Sync Speech.

To open the Sync Speech app, click on the microphone icon in the top-right corner.

Turn on/off speech syncing by clicking on the toggle switch.

When activated, the app will monitor your microphone continuously and start syncing if it detects your voice. Note that not every sound will be synced, the system will first identify your voice in the recorded audio. You need to create a voice print so your personal AI can recognize you.

The main colors of the microphone indicates the status of Sync Speech:

  • Grey: Disconnected - Sync Speech is deactivated and will not sync new Memory Blocks.
  • Purple: Ready - Your app is ready to sync, but it is only detecting your background environment.
  • Green: Syncing - Your app is detecting your voice and creating new Memory Blocks.
  • Black: Unknown - You app is ready to sync, but it is only detecting an unknown background or speaker.
Animated screenshot of Sync Speech statuses (off, syncing, background-noise, unknown-speaker, unknown-environment)Animated screenshot of Sync Speech statuses (off, syncing, background-noise, unknown-speaker, unknown-environment)

Animated screenshot of Sync Speech statuses (off, syncing, background-noise, unknown-speaker, unknown-environment)

You can temporarily un/mute your audio by clicking on the microphone icon in the Sync Speech app. Muting and unmuting is faster than disconnecting and reconnecting your Sync Speech.

Screenshot of muting option in Sync SpeechScreenshot of muting option in Sync Speech

Screenshot of muting option in Sync Speech

As long as the application is open and Sync Speech is turned on, Sync Speech can be hidden and you can freely navigate around.

For more information on syncing spoken thoughts, visit our detailed guide on Sync Speech.