Write with your personal AI

Learn how to collaborate with your personal AI to write new documents.

With the personal AI editor, you can write Tweets, blog posts, marketing materials, and summaries. Begin writing and when you need inspiration, insert what your personal AI suggests. The more you teach your personal AI, the closer its response will reflect yours, both in style and in content.

New Document

To access the personal AI editor, click on "Write" in the top-left corner.

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Screenshot of personal AI editor button

Set the top-right option to "Auto Suggesting" to automatically receive suggestions from your personal AI as you type.

Start by typing a few words or sentences. The more you type, the more context you provide to your personal AI. A suggestion will automatically appear a few seconds after you typed a space.

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Screenshot of personal AI suggestion

The personal AI score indicates how related to your memory blocks the suggestion is. A higher score means it reflects your memories and your style. A lower score means it is more generic.

Use the suggestion to inspire you as you continue writing, or add it directly to your document by clicking on "Add Suggestion."

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Screenshot of personal AI suggestion added

Options

Size of suggestion

You can adjust the length of your personal AI's suggestion by clicking on:

  • S: Around 1 sentence.
  • M: Around 1 paragraph.
  • L: More than 1 paragraph.
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Screenshot of suggestion length

Suggestions may be smaller than the desired length if your personal AI was not taught enough on the subject. Create more memory blocks to improve your personal AI's suggestions.

Rephrase

Using rephrase, your personal AI rewrites your text while remaining faithful to its meaning. This improves readability and helps eliminate:

  • Repeated words;
  • Filler words;
  • Long disjoint sentences;
  • Incorrect syntax;
  • Etc.

Select the section of the text you want to rephrase and click on the paper and pen icon.

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Screenshot of rephrase

Note that rephrases, unlike suggestions, are 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 not be as personal.

Fix Grammar

You can verify the spelling and grammar of what your personal AI and you wrote in your document.

Select the section of the text you want to check and click on the check mark icon.

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Screenshot of fix grammar

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

Personal AI Suggestion

At any time (using writing or auto suggesting mode), you can display a suggestion from your personal AI.

Select the section of the text you want a suggestion about and click on the magic pencil icon or use Cmd/Ctrl-J.

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Screenshot of manual personal AI suggestion

The manual personal AI suggestion may differ from the automatic one depending on the text you select.

General AI Suggestion

At any time, you can display a general suggestion from OpenAI's GPT-3, a public AI model (that is not trained on your memory stack).

Select the section of the text you want a suggestion about and click on the globe or use Cmd/Ctrl-U.

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Screenshot of manual general AI suggestion

Since the suggestion is not from your personal AI (it comes from a general AI model), it does not have a personal AI score.

Save to Stack

To upload your document to your memory stack, click on the vertical ellipsis in the top-right corner and click on "Save to Stack."

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Screenshot of saving to stack