Task your Personal AI

Learn how to task your personal AI with command inputs.

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Need More Help?

Our team is very excited for you to use these personal AI features, but they can be a bit complicated or confusing for new creators.

You can schedule a 1-on-1 call with one of our team members at https://www.personal.ai/onboarding and they will gladly walk you through your personal AI and answer any questions you have. You can also ask us questions at [email protected].

Using commands, your personal AI can extract information from your memory stack (such as trends, summaries, and inspirations), upload new memory blocks, and generate new content for given topics.

To access your messaging, command, and teaching history with your personal AI, click on your AI domain in the top-left corner.

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Select "Message" in the bottom text box, type a command, and click on "Send" or press "Return/Enter."

Here is the list of available tasks:

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At any point during a task, type "skip" and click on "Send" to stop the current task and return to a normal conversation with your personal AI.

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Upload a URL

Use "!upload a url" to directly upload a web page to your memory stack by providing it with existing content (e.g.: blog, newsletter, article, transcript, etc.).

When your personal AI is ready to receive a URL, type or paste the URL in the text box and click on "Send."

Once the upload is complete, your personal AI will notify you and new memory blocks will appear in your memory stack.

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Take a Quick Note

Use "!take a quick note" to upload 1 or more sentences to your memory stack. This is similar to creating a new document, but for shorter length uploads.

When your personal AI is ready to receive your note, type or paste it in the text box and click on "Send."

Once the upload is complete, your personal AI will notify you and new memory blocks will appear in your memory stack.

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What Do You Know

Use "!what do you know" to show the latest topics on your personal AI's mind.

From the list, click on any tag to display topics related to the selected one, based on your memory blocks. This is useful to discover connections between the topics that exists in your personal AI's mind.

The number in parentheses next to a topic is how many memory blocks are related to it.

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Latest Questions

Use "!latest questions" to show the latest questions to which your personal AI learned the answers. Your personal AI uses these question-answer combinations to structure its knowledge.

From the list, click on any question to show your personal AI's answer to it.

At any time, you can enter a question and see the answer. If you are not satisfied with it, you can use "Teach my AI" to provide your personal AI with additional knowledge.

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Connected Topics

Use "!connected topics" to show connections between various topics in your memory stack. You can discover if two topics are often together in your content (e.g. you often discuss both in the same podcast), or if they are mostly separated.

When your personal AI is ready, type a topic in the text box and click on "Send." Your personal AI will return a list of connected topics to your input one.

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Write a Tweet

Use "!write a tweet" to generate new short-form content given a topic. It uses the information from your memory stack to generate something new, inspired by different memory blocks.

The content is meant to be something you have never written or said, but someone else (i.e. your personal AI) might say when speaking for you. Use it to inspire you for your own creation, or use it as your personal AI wrote it.

When your personal AI is ready, type a topic in the text box and click on "Send." Your personal AI will generate a paragraph of content on it.

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Generate a Blog

Use "!generate a blog" to generate new long-form content given a topic. It uses the information from your memory stack to generate something new, inspired by different memory blocks.

The content is meant to be something you have never written or said, but someone else (i.e. your personal AI) might say when speaking for you. Use it to inspire you for your own creation, or use it as your personal AI wrote it.

When your personal AI is ready, type a topic in the text box and click on "Send." Your personal AI will generate 1 or more paragraphs of content on it.

Note that, since your personal AI is trying to write something longer, the length and quality of its creation is highly dependent on how many memory blocks you have on the topic. If your personal AI generates something shorter than you expected, try teaching it more about the subject.

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