Introducing Transcription 2.0
Traditional transcription focuses on who said what words, but doesn’t take into account audience reactions. Using words alone can cause a reader to misinterpret a meeting.
Features Non-Speaker Reactions
Read takes notes and identifies the moments that drive high engagement or sentiment across meeting participants.
Based on aggregate audience reactions, Read identifies pivotal moments in the meeting and marks them as impactful. Easily jump to any Impactful Statement in the transcript to see it in context.
will join the video conference, create a transcript, and highlight text based on sentiment and engagement.
How people use Transcription 2.0
Improve interactions in 1:1s, standups, or company meetings by uncovering points in a conversation that drive high engagement, or low sentiment.
Build the perfect sales pitch. Understand what features matter to the client based on engagement, and then gauge reaction to pricing with sentiment.
Interviews can be fast paced with questions and answers. Transcription gives you the ability to revisit the conversation and understand what candidates value most.
Be an active participant in class and afterwards, use the transcript for notes.
Curate a more compelling lecture by discovering where students learn and check-out during class.
Revisit presentations to understand the moments where the audience reacted negatively or lost interest, and revise the content to drive better results.
A single location for all transcription, regardless of the video conferencing platform used. Transcription 2.0 is integrated as a free service in
Read’s Chief Meeting Officer.
Available for Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, and Webex.
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