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Otter’s latest update improves meeting notes and adds a calendar
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(Pocket-lint) – Otter has unveiled an update to its widely used transcription service, apparently further enhancing its potential usefulness for collaborative meetings and catch-ups.
The change means taking advantage of the integration it added with Zoom and Google Meet last year will reap further rewards.
For one, the app gets a new calendar system to let you see upcoming meetings it’ll be active, so you can scroll both back and forward in time and check notes. meeting it could have generated.
These ratings will also improve with a new system called Meeting Gems adding quick highlights that Otter will pull back to show you key talking moments or action points that have been agreed upon.
A new early-stage browser-only beta will also start creating meeting plans once they’re done so you can quickly go back to what was discussed without needing to dive into a full transcript, which seems awesome if it works well.
Finally, it will be easier to add screenshots to your meeting notes, so you can add visuals to your summaries without having to make your own documents, which again might just come in handy.
The update is rolling out to the browser version of Otter and will arrive on both Android and iOS in the coming weeks, apparently, with the rollout complete for everyone by May 2022.
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Written by Max Freeman-Mills.