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Upload web pages directly to your memory stack by providing it existing content (e.g.: blog, newsletter, article, transcript, etc.). This is the fastest way to teach your personal AI before initiating your first personal AI training. For more information on types of URLs you can send, visit the upload cheatsheet.
To initiate a URL upload, navigate to your messaging history with your personal under "My AI" and click on any AI profile.
In the text box at the bottom, press the + icon.
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    Enter the URL by itself with other no text in the text box. Make sure the link is public. To send Google drive URLs, integrate with drive in-app.
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    Chose the AI profile where you want the data to go. To learn more about the use case of different AI profiles click here.
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    Either upload the content to your memory (memory stack), or save it as a draft, if you do not want your AI to learn the contents of the URL. Drafts will be located in "Documents," and you can always stack them in the future. Content uploaded to memory will also be in documents under the "Stacked" section if you want to make future changes to the AI profile, contents, and more.
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    Add the title of the content.
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    Hashtags (#) are a way to connect the content of your URL to a specific topic. Example: By including the #author name when uploading a blog, your personal AI will have the context to answer questions like, "What did the 'author' discuss in their blog?" in the future.


If you click on your "Memory Stack" you will be able to see the number increase in the top of your interface and blocks being formed if you press "save to memory stack." If you don't see new blocks being created keep in mind your data is uploaded given it's metadata (for google documents), but you will still see the number going up.
So for example if you upload a document from 2001, most likely, the blocks will be formed at the top of your memory stack. If you want to search for the raw data, use the search bar and type in a phrase from the URL in quotations.

Memory stack block and upload notification shows misc text

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If you get a response similar to this, it is because the website URL you sent has a blocker (ex: membership required) or security that prevents us from accessing the information.