Learn how to write with your personal AI.

Your personal AI is not a static collection of notes and recordings; it is an interactive AI that provides you with the information you need by combing through your memory blocks.

We believe that your personal AI should not replace you, but supplement you in your various tasks. That is why we are continuously developing compose, a text generation framework that allows you (and other people you choose in the future) to draft new contents based on your input and your memory stack.

Via compose, your personal AI can draft Tweets, blog posts, marketing materials, and summaries. Begin writing and when you need inspiration, let your personal AI continue composing for you. The more you teach your personal AI, the closer its response will reflect yours, both in style and in content.


To start interacting with your personal AI, you need to train it at least once.

To learn more about training your personal AI, read our detailed guide.


By default, your personal AI's model is offline. This means you can use the application, sync new memory blocks, and explore your memory stack, but to converse with your personal AI, it needs to first be connected.

To connect with your personal AI, click on "My AI" in the top-left corner and click on the toggle in the bottom-right corner.

While the connection is taking place, it will say "Connecting" in the bottom corner with a grey dot. It takes between 1 and 5 minutes. Once your personal AI is ready, it says "Connected" in the bottom-right corner with a green dot.


Screenshot of personal AI connecting


To access compose, click on "Create New" in the top-left corner.

Start by typing a few words or sentences. The more you type, the more context you provide to your personal AI.

Select the length you want your personal AI to draft at the bottom.

Click on "Compose" in the bottom-right corner of the text box to have your personal AI generate 1 or more paragraphs.


Screenshot of writing prompt

After a few seconds, your personal AI will start writing based on your input prompt. Your input prompt may be rewritten or re-worded if it is too small.


Screenshot of Compose output from AI


You can use clarify in compose to re-word part of the draft created by your personal AI or its entirety. This works similarly to clarifying memory blocks with the option to clarify only part of the text.

Select the section of the text you want to clarify and click on the light bulb icon in the bottom-left corner.


Screenshot of clarify in compose

The clarified text will replace the original text. You can undo the clarification with Cmd/Ctrl-Z.

Note that clarify, unlike compose, is not trained on your memory stack. This means the new sentences may convey similar meaning to the original ones, but their accuracy, style, and relevance might be lower.

Erase and Rewrite

You can use erase and rewrite in compose to generate an entirely new text. This will erase everything currently written and generate a different output. You can undo the rewrite with Cmd/Ctrl-Z.


Screenshot of "Erase and rewrite" in compose

In some cases, your personal AI may be unable to rewrite the text. That means that when generating possible outputs, it was only able to generate 1 based on your memory stack. Sync memory blocks on the subject to increase your personal AI's knowledge.

Fix Grammar

You can use fix grammar in compose to verify the spelling and grammar of what your personal AI and you wrote.

Select the section of the text you want to fix and click on the check mark icon in the bottom-left corner.

The process may take up to a minute depending on the size of the selected text.


Screenshot of "Fix Grammar" in compose


Your work in compose is temporarily saved as a draft that you can return to at a later time. It can be accessed by clicking "Drafts" on the left side.

To permanently save it, click on "Save to Stack" in the bottom-right corner to add it to your memory stack or copy-paste it to where you need it.


Screenshot of saving compose output