Recording, Transcribing, and Sharing Business Meetings

December 29, 2011
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Wouldn’t it be great to record your recently concluded business meeting and share it with your colleagues to be reviewed later? If your answer is yes, then say hello to SaveMeeting – a cross-platform app that lets you record and share all of your business meetings through audio recording, transcriptions (speech-to-text), and other important details of your meeting.

Initially developed as an exclusive iOS-only app, SaveMeeting is now also available for Android-powered smartphones as well.  It is a great app that lets you effectively share important details of your meetings such as the complete list of attendees, audio recordings together with their transcriptions, file attachments, and so much more. Saved recordings can either be stored locally or can be accessed straight from the app itself.

First-time users of the app will need to key in their SaveMeeting account details before they can use the service. You can register for an account through the app itself.

SaveMeeting offers an easy to use interface that lets you understand the app’s features intuitively. Users can start recording meetings by tapping the big red recording button found on the center of the app’s homescreen. After which, the app will prompt you to pick a meeting date from the calendar. During this time, you can also upload all the necessary info about your meeting. Tapping the red button without having a scheduled meeting on the calendar will automatically add a meeting schedule on that particular day.

 

SaveMeeting also gives users additional features that let them take full control of their recorded meetings. They can record or add new transcriptions, set audio marks on their recordings, create new to-do lists, complete recordings with detailed descriptions, and mail recipients while the recording is still in progress.

After the app polishes your recording with all the necessary modifications, you then need to provide certain details to complete the recording such as Title, Project, Location, number of attendees, and mail recipients. Once all the details are filled in, you can save your work by pressing the floppy disk icon on the top right corner of the screen. All of your saved work is placed in SaveMeeting’s cloud servers. However, only registered SaveMeeting users can gain access to the shared content. Be sure to have an account before saving it to the cloud.

There is also a transcribe function that lets users read what the lecturer said when the meeting took place–perfect for jotting down important notes, minutes, or even writing summaries. Customizations can also be tweaked in modifying transcription settings. Transcription type could either be in automatic, manual, or hybrid mode–depending on your choice.

Overall, SaveMeeting is a compact app noted for its versatility in working with recorded messages. Designed to cater to the needs of business-savvy intellects of our generation, SaveMeeting can be a lifesaver to those jampacked meetings. The app itself can also be a great alternative as an audio journal, diary, or messenger. For best results, we advise that you use SaveMeeting in a quiet place to ensure flawless recordings.

Have you tried SaveMeeting? If not, go ahead and get it from the Android Market.

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