Are you tired of spending hours on end writing meeting notes and coaching summaries? Well, we’ve got you covered! In our latest blog post, we’ll introduce you to some incredible tools that will revolutionise your note-taking process. From AI-powered summaries to transcription wizards, these tools will save you time and make your life so much easier. Stay tuned for our upcoming blog post and say goodbye to tedious note-taking!

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My Favourite AI Meeting Tools

Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 0:47 Zoom AI Tools 2:45 Otter AI Tools 4:22 Tactiq AI Tools 6:30 Which tool is best? 7:05 Descript AI Tools 8:57 Notability (Similar to Remarkable 2) 10:24 Summary of how I use AI to simplify meeting notes Follow me on Instagram – @EmmaCossey Email: Come join us in the free Freelance Lifestylers Facebook group – Want more support?

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Taking effective meeting notes and sending follow-up emails can be time-consuming and challenging. However, there are several tools available that can simplify this process and make it more efficient. In this blog post, we will explore some of these tools and how they can help freelancers, coaches, and professionals in managing their meeting notes effectively.

1. Zoom: Zoom offers two useful functions for meeting notes – Start Summary and AI Companion. Start Summary uses AI to generate a summarised overview of the meeting, making it easier to get a general understanding of the discussion. AI Companion allows participants who join a meeting late to catch up on what has been discussed and see if any action items have been assigned to them.

2. Otter: Otter is a transcription tool that can be integrated with Zoom. It transcribes meetings and provides the option to edit names, add notes, and react to specific parts of the conversation. It also generates an AI summary and extracts action items, making it a valuable tool for coaches and individuals who need to keep track of important details.

3. Tactiq: Tactiq is another tool that can be used in conjunction with Zoom and Google Workspace. It provides various options for generating meeting summaries, including short summaries, detailed summaries with citations, bullet points of highlights, and summary with action items. Tactiq also offers the handy feature of turning meeting notes into blog posts using AI which allows for easy repurposing of content.

4. Descript: Descript is a desktop tool that transcribes audio and video recordings. It allows users to edit the transcription, which automatically edits the corresponding audio and video. Descript also offers features like removing filler words, adding chapters, and generating publishing options for social media posts or blog content.

5. Notability: Notability is a note-taking app that is accessible on iPad and allows for easy note-taking during in-person meetings. It offers features such as recording audio while writing notes, adding images, and using templates. It serves as a reliable backup option and is particularly useful for capturing correct spellings and details that AI tools may miss.

Managing meeting notes and follow-up emails doesn’t have to be a tedious task. By utilising these tools – Zoom, Otter, Tactiq, Descript and Notability – you can streamline the process and save valuable time. Experiment with these tools and find the ones that work best for your specific needs. Share your experiences and favorite tools in the comments below. Make your meeting notes more efficient and focus on what truly matters – productive discussions and actions.

Efficiently managing meeting notes and follow-up emails is crucial for freelancers, coaches, and professionals. With the help of tools like Zoom, Otter, Tacticq, Descript and Notability, you can simplify the process and ensure that important details are captured accurately. Explore these tools, find the ones that align with your workflow, and make your meeting notes more organised and accessible.

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