Make your Mind not only a quick thinker, but an attentive listener too. It can retain details from your conversations and neatly organizes them, bringing them up at just the right moments.

Add Structured Memory

  1. Click [+ Add Table]. Choose from pre-set templates like 'Personal Journal,' 'Daily Inspiration,' and 'Reading List,' or opt for [Add a raw table] to create a fully customized Memory structure.

  2. Name your table, add a description, and define the columns to specify what your Mind should remember: set column names, add descriptions for the Mind to identify them, provide example entries, and specify the data type for each column.

  3. Once the Structured Memory Table is saved, your Mind will capture and organize conversation details based on this setup. Click the [💡] icon next to the input box to review stored memories.

Explanation of 'Data Type'

The "String" data type is used to store and manipulate text or alphanumeric characters. It is suitable for fields that require free-form text input, such as names, addresses, or descriptions.

Use Cases

@Wisebuy Assistant

As an official Mind that can be found on the Marketplace, @Wisebuy Assistant's capabilities include querying the price, discounts, features, and other information of any item on Amazon, helping users compare different products and keep track of their shopping wishlists.

The feature of recording users' shopping wishlists is achieved through structured memory. We have built a memory table for @Wisebuy Assistant to capture the products mentioned by users in conversations, including the time of the product being mention, the product's name, url, and its price at the time.

As the result, when users express their desire to purchase specific items in conversations, @Wisebuy Assistant can use the above structure to record these items for future reference.

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