Personal Videos

Learn about the product and company, and imagine what Personal can do for you.




  • About Personal

    Learn how Personal was born from the founders themselves.


  • How It Works

    Learn how Personal lets you own, organize and securely share your notes, files and data.


  • Security & Privacy

    Learn how Personal protects you. Your security is our top priority.



  • Own Your Data

    The former director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office explains Personal's Owner Data Agreement.


  • Alfredo's Story

    Hear the benefits of Personal for Education, a technology that helps students apply for financial aid.


  • Sharon's Story

    An additional testimonial for Personal for Education. Listen to Sharon tell the story of filling out the FAFSA.




  • How to Use Fill It

    Watch a quick tutorial explaining how to get started with Fill It.


  • Upload your Department of Education Data

    Learn how to get your NSLDS data from the Department of Education and import it to your Personal vault to re-use with Fill It



  • EmTech MIT

    Shane Green, CEO, on how individuals can take control of their personal data and realize the value it holds. (Boston, October 24, 2012)

  • The White House's Education Datapalooza

    Providing students with their own data in machine-readable format has a real, meaningful impact for many students when it comes to finding financial aid. (Washington, D.C., October 9, 2012)

  • Mashery: The Business of APIs Conference

    Tarik Kurspahic, CTO, poses the question: Does size still matter? Why small data is the next big thing. (San Francisco, October 2, 2012)

  • Meet Fill-It

    Learn how Fill It makes passwords, checkouts and other online forms quick and easy!



  • Shane Green, CEO of Personal - Tech Cocktail Sessions DC

    Shane Green, CEO and Co-Founder of Personal.com shares his story of how he turned ideas into action at the kickoff of Tech Cocktail Sessions speaker series in Washington, D.C. on April 25, 2012 at The Water Street Project in Georgetown. (Washington, D.C., April 25, 2012)



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