This guide will walk you through our feature apps so you can sync your first thoughts and interact with your personal AI.
- Sync Spoken Thoughts
- Sync Written Thoughts
- Sync Copied Text
- Sync Twitter Posts
- Sync Google Calendar Events
- View Memory Stack
- Interact with your AI
When talking about your personal AI, we have our own nomenclature. This short list introduces you to our world.
A Memory Block is a stored thought, event or information that constitutes the building elements of your personal AI's knowledge. Every time you record a thought or your personal AI learns something from you, it is stored as a Memory Block. The collection of your Memory Blocks is called your Memory Stack.
A creator is anyone who is building their Memory Stack. The act of contributing to it is called syncing.
Recalling is the act of retrieving information from your Memory Stack.
Sync Spoken Thoughts
Sync spoken thoughts via the Sync Speech app. This is our recommended method, as it allows for continuous and seamless syncing with minimal interaction. It is best suited for conversations, meetings, and presentations.
To open the Sync Speech app, click on the microphone icon in the top-right corner. Turn on/off speech recording by clicking on the toggle switch or with Cmd/Ctrl-Y.
When activated, the app will monitor your microphone continuously and start syncing if it detects spoken words. The microphone will appear green when it is recording.
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.
For more information on syncing spoken thoughts and advanced settings, visit our detailed guide on Sync Speech.
Sync Written Thoughts
Sync written thoughts via the Sync Writing app. This method is recommended if Sync Speech is not possible, or if the thought is hard for an automatic speech recognition software to transcribe. It is best suited for notes and lists.
Sync Writing vs. Sync Clipboard
If the information is already typed and you want to sync it as is, we recommend using Sync Clipboard. It is faster, less work and it retains the source of the copied text.
To open the Sync Writing app, click on the pencil icon in the top-right corner or with Cmd/Ctrl-J.
At any time before syncing it, you can change the date and time of the Memory Block. This will inform your personal AI of the Memory Block's custom timestamp.
To sync the written thought, click on the "Sync It" button in the bottom-right corner or with Cmd/Ctrl-S.
For more information on syncing written thoughts, visit our detailed guide on Sync Writing.
Sync Copied Text
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 something you are reading or writing at another location.
The clipboard is a buffer that many operating systems have as a temporary storage for transferring within and between application programs. It is most accessed by copying/cutting data into it and pasting data out of it.
To open the Sync Clipboard app, click on the clipboard icon in the top right corner. Turn on/off clipboard syncing by clicking on the toggle switch.
When activated, the app will monitor your OS clipboard continuously and add any text it detects to the app. Text added this way will be synced automatically after 60 seconds. During that time, you can trigger the syncing immediately or cancel it.
For more information on syncing copied texts, visit our detailed guide on Sync Clipboard.
Sync Twitter Posts
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.
To link Twitter to your personal AI, open the Link App window by clicking on the "+" icon in the top-right corner or with Cmd/Ctrl-L. Click on "Link" under Twitter and you'll be redirected to a Twitter webpage where you select which account to link. You need to authorize Personal.ai to access your Twitter account for the integration to function.
Once your account is linked, your Memory Stack will be automatically populated with your Twitter activity. To view them, click on the Twitter icon on the top-right corner.
To link multiple Twitter accounts to your personal AI, use the same method above or click on "+ Add Account" in the Sync Twitter app.
For more information on syncing social media posts, visit our detailed guide on Sync Twitter.
Syncing Google Calendar Events
You can sync events via the Sync Google Calendar app. Synced events record information, such as people you met and locations you visited, to periods in time. It is best used with Sync Speech or Sync Writing during those events to improve your personal AI's training.
To link your Google Calendar to your personal AI, open the Link App window by clicking on the "+" icon in the top-right corner or with Cmd/Ctrl-L. Click on "Link" under Google Calendar and you'll be redirected to a Google webpage where you select which account to link. You need to authorize Personal.ai to access your Google Calendar for the integration to function.
Once your calendar is linked, your Memory Stack will be automatically populated with your events. To view them, click on the calendar icon on the top-right corner.
To link multiple calendars to your personal AI, use the same method above or click on "+ Add a calendar" in the Sync Google Calendar app.
For more information on syncing events, visit our detailed guide on Sync Google Calendar.
View Memory Stack
The Stack page of your application is where you explore your Memory Stack. You can navigate your timeline to view your Memory Blocks chronologically, you can search your Memory Stack using filters from the Explore app or using the search bar. You can also edit and delete your Memory Blocks.
To open the Stack page, click on the stack icon in the top-left corner.
On the right side, the Explore app allows you to filter your Memory Blocks by topics, people, emotions, sources, and sentence types. You can also view your favorite Memory Blocks. The Explore app is opened by clicking on the diagram icon on the top-right.
On the top text bar, you can search your Memory Stack.
In the middle, your Memory Stack is displayed chronologically with the selected filters. You can scroll up and down to navigate your timeline. You can also edit or delete your Memory Blocks, favorite them, and change their tags.
For more information on exploring your Memory Stack, visit our detailed guide on the Stack Page.
Interact with your AI
You can interact with your personal AI via AI Message. Your personal AI can communicate with you, other people, and other personal AIs. Your personal AI can also provide insight about your life. It can summarize your past events, what you memorized the most, or how you felt. It can notify you about upcoming events, and reminds you of things you need to do or that you might forget.
At the moment, AI Message is locked. A large number of Memory Blocks is necessary to train your AI to give you meaningful insights, reports, predictions, and notifications about your life, past memories, and upcoming events.
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