Personal Closed Beta

Personal is sending out the next round of invitations for our closed beta. Making it easy, fun, safe and beneficial to own and manage your data is an ambitious goal, and we will only get there with your help.

If you have signed up and receive an invitation (we are working our way through the 10,000+ on our list), we hope you will register and take a good look at what we are doing and share your candid and constructive feedback.

To see how the product works before registering, check out our video on the front page of www.personal.com.

Our closed beta starts with the most foundational level of functionality – aggregating and organizing the data about your life in a data vault, easily retrieving that data from any computer or device, and granting permission to people you trust. Think of it as your own private data network designed to help you maximize the efficiencies and benefits of your data.

As you explore the product, we would love to hear specifically about:

Your Experience –Were you able to add gems, data and contacts and grant access? Were you able to do what you wanted to do in the system?  What can we improve?

Gems – Which gems did you find the most useful and why? Which gems were less useful and how could they be made better? What new gems would you like to see?

Utility – How useful is Personal? On a scale of 1-5, how likely are you to use it in your daily life and recommend to others? (1 – not at all; 5 – loved it and want to help launch the revolution)

Of course, entirely new ideas are more than welcome.

Please send your feedback to feedback@personal.com or feel free to post comments here.

Author: Shane Green

co-founder and CEO of Personal and TeamData. Focused on empowering people and teams with data. Previously The Map Network, Nokia, NAVTEQ, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. rshanegreen.com and @shanegreen

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