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You're probably familiar with our Memory app ー the one-time integration that lets you automatically track all the time you spend in different web and desktop work tools. But Memory AI represents the next-level in automation, letting Timely draft all your time sheets for you! 

Memory AI essentially takes all the activities collected by the Memory app, assigns them to the right project and drafts a time entry for you. To get it going, you just need to teach your AI which tasks belong where. Before you know it, your timesheet will be able to automatically construct itself. 🤖

Memory AI uses your hour logging patterns to learn how to group your tracked activities. Every time you log hours from tracked memories in your Memory Inbox, Memory AI learns associations between your projects and activities. The more hours you log using tracked memories, the more accurate Memory AI's draft entries will become!

Memory AI Suggested Drafts 🧠

Draft time entries will appear on your timesheet alongside logged and planned time entries. You can recognize them by their diagonal stripes. The draft entry color relates to the project Memory AI thinks your grouped activities belong to:

From Week view, you'll see a card at the top of each day letting you know how many drafts you have to review:

If an AI draft contains memories which don't belong to the project indicated ー or if it is missing any memories ー you can drag and drop memories between your Memory Inbox and your entry to correct it. Once correct, hit "Log entry". You can then add notes and tags and click "Accept" to save the entry:

Once Memory AI is enabled, you might not receive drafts right away or on a regular basis. If this is the case, ensure you are logging your hours from your Memory Inbox. When drafts do arrive, remember to adjust, accept or reject them as appropriate. By doing these two things, you are helping your AI to learn and serve you better. 🎯

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