AI transcription service Otter now works with Google Meet

Video calls on Google Meet can now be captioned and transcribed in real time, using the Chrome extension version of Otter. —

Missed something during a video call? Transcription service Otter now integrates with Google Meet to transcribe and caption videos in real time.

Previously only available for Zoom, this feature now works for Google’s video conferencing tool, currently available for both free-tier and premium Otter users.

To enable it, users will need to download the Chrome Extension, login in to their Otter account, and press record when the call starts.

There is also a CC button to turn on live captions, plus controls to pause, resume or stop recording.

The transcription would also be saved in the user’s account for future reference.

According to its website, users can edit and share transcripts after the meeting, making it easier for those who missed it to catch up.

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