How to automatically transcribe meeting minutes

Do your hands cramp up at the thought of recording meeting minutes? Do you question what things you should jot down? Is it hard to contribute to the discussions while taking notes?

If you answered yes to any of these questions you should consider automatically transcribing your meeting minutes.

With automated transcription software like Sonix, you can create meeting minutes fast and inexpensively.

Here’s how to transcribe meeting minutes automatically in 3 easy steps:

STEP 1: Record the meeting

The first step in getting accurate meeting minutes is to record the meeting. For remote meetings web conferencing software like Zoom, GoToMeeting, and Webex work great. For in-person meetings, you’ll need a multi-directional microphone around the majority of the speakers. This is recommended so that you can capture the voices of every speaker. This is really important as the quality of the audio you record is directly related to accuracy of the transcript. Also, don’t move the microphone or recording device around the room while the meeting is in progress.

Lastly, if you are using your mobile phone,  you should consider these tips: How to record great audio on your mobile phone for accurate transcription.

STEP 2: Automatically transcribe the meeting

After the meeting is finished locate the recording and upload it to Sonix. If you don’t have a Sonix account you can create a free one here: https://sonix.ai/accounts/sign_up. You’ll receive a transcript in a matter of minutes.

STEP 3: Polish & share

Once you’ve got your automated transcript. You can easily polish and edit the transcript using Sonix’s built-in editor. And with one click you can share the transcript privately with your team.

That’s it! It’s fast, easy, and affordable to automatically transcribe meeting minutes!

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