Syncing Situations

This guide suggests situations where you can use the Personal AI syncing apps.


The goal of your personal AI is to duplicate your life in its purest form. The more Memory Blocks you sync, the more your personal AI learns about you.

For an optimal training experience, you should not worry about what kind of data you sync. Simply sync your memories as they happen to create the closest record of your life.

Sync Speech

Sync conversations and spoken thoughts via the Sync Speech app. This is our recommended syncing method, as it allows for continuous and seamless syncing with minimal interaction.

If you interact with other people, you can sync conversations, meetings, and presentations. In online environments, headphones allow you to only sync your audio. In offline environments, an accurate voice print allows you to only sync your voice.

If you think out loud, you can use Sync Speech to capture your thought process while you work or go about your day.

By design, Sync Speech captures the most natural and unfiltered memories. There is no need to worry about imperfect English, incomplete sentences, lack of context, or other side effects of capturing natural speech. Your personal AI can clarify those memories, extract the information it needs, and form missing links with other memories.

Sync Writing

Sync written thoughts via the Sync Writing app. This method is recommended if you want to preserve images, hyperlinks, and formatting with your Memory Block.

It is best suited for notes, lists, and web pages. Sync Writing may be more natural than syncing thoughts out loud with Sync Speech.

If the date and time of a Memory Block are important, use Sync Writing to customize its timestamp.

Sync Clipboard

Sync your clipboard via the Sync Clipboard app. This allows you to sync text already written without inputting it manually using Sync Writing. It is best suited for syncing existing documents, web pages, and chat histories.

You can sync documents you have already written or that you are working on, conversations and emails with other people, or things you are discovering online.

The idea with Sync Clipboard is to capture memories as you see them with as little actions as possible.

Sync Google Calendar

You can sync events via the Sync Google Calendar app. Synced events record information, such as people you have met, to periods in time. It is best used with Sync Speech or Sync Writing during those events to improve your personal AI's training.

For example, if you have a meeting with a friend and sync at the same time, all those Memory Blocks will be associated with them. From that, you can see all Memory Blocks you have created with them, even if they happened at different moments.

Sync Twitter

You can sync your social media posts via the Sync Twitter app. Sync Twitter can automatically sync your past and new Tweets. It is best suited for active users and those that already use Twitter to preserve memories.

Tweets are ideal for syncing as they are often condensed written thoughts that could be synced using Sync Writing, but with Sync Twitter, your personal AI captures them automatically.

Sync Anything Online with Zapier

If you want more ways to sync beyond our existing syncing apps or rapidly sync from other online sources (such as Discord, Slack, Gmail, Asana, etc.), use the integration in Zapier.

Zapier is a third-party product that allows users to integrate the online tools they use and automate workflows. By connecting Zapier and your applications, you can automatically sync Memory Blocks when a certain event happens in your application.

For example, if there is a new message on your Discord server or if you receive a new email in Google Mail, Zapier will extract the information and sync it to your personal AI.

This allows you to continuously sync many online apps that you already use on a daily basis.