Zoom’s quick rise from obscurity to international stardom has been the talk of the year. A conspicuous move, it has caught the eye of rivals like Microsoft, Google, and Facebook. Consequently, all virtual meeting apps are responding to Zoom’s meteoritic rise in various ways.
Google is also cashing into the year’s vast online meeting, yoga classes, and birthday party needs. It is tapping into the online get-together space using Google Meet. An enterprise-only product, it is now free to all Google account owners.
This makes Google Meet a perfect meeting tool for businesses. Leverage the power of artificial intelligence meeting tools like Aira for productivity, and you have the perfect meeting setup. Unlike Zoom, Google Meet is free from privacy and security concerns.
This app will support a free hour of meeting time for a minimum of 100 people. Its view displays sixteen meeting participants. To enhance security, your team members will need to log in to Google to join your meeting.
No Zoom like invite links. This way, the hosts have total control of the meeting’s privacy. Goodbye Zoombombing. Additionally, you can join a Meet meeting via a calendar invite. If you do not have one, the app will take you to a green room, until the host allows you in.
Google Online Meeting might soon become a more popular online meeting app for businesses. This begs the question; can you draw meeting minutes from the meeting platform?
How to extract minutes from Google Meet?
Video conferencing tools have become a critical part of everyday life. For this reason, businesses need to make the content that their employees create within them easily accessible. Schools, on the other hand, have to ensure that students, teachers, parents, and the authorities can review these items at the drop of a hat.
Any person without a video or internet connection should access Meet’s transcriptions. You can put your Meet content in writing by allowing your app’s advanced features to record the meeting. The G Suite or Google Workspace members can record all meetings through the process below:
- Start the meeting and go to the screen’s right-hand side. You will see three vertical dots. Click on them.
- A few settings features will pop up. Choose “Record Meeting”
- The app will ask you to consent to the recording. Follow its instructions and accept.
- A “REC” red rectangle will appear on your screen’s top left. This is a sign the Meet is recording your app.
- When the meeting is over, go back to the right-hand side and click on the three dots.
- Select “Stop Recording” from the menu
- The app will save the recorded content to Google Drive
- Google Meet will inform all meeting members when a session is recording.
- To transcribe your meeting minutes, you can either listen in and type or pay for transcription services.
- To reproduce your recordings in writing, upload your files to a transcription app of choice
- Set up all the in-app parameters
- Check out and wind up the order
- Review and download your transcripts
Extract minutes from Google Meet with AIRA
Aira is an intelligent meeting assistant that will manage all your business’s web meeting needs. Powered by AI and machine learning algorithms, Aira will write meeting notes and capture action items. She can intelligently pick up a meeting’s keywords and can join a meeting automatically.
All she needs to arrive on time, every time, is access to your calendar app. Aira also records all the meetings she is in attendance. Need transcription services? No problem, leave it to Aira. She integrates with amongst other tools, Gmail.
Accessing meeting notes via third party transcription services is not a seamless process. Aira can make this process straightforward in both Google Meet and Zoom. Synchronize your Meet’s recordings to Aira and she will automatically extract meeting notes from them.
Why should you extract meeting minutes from Meets using Aira?
- To enhance collaboration
If any of your meeting members misses the meeting, they will receive the meeting minutes to keep them up to date. They will not need to scroll through the whole recording for enlightenment.
- To save time
Minutes are more digestible and allow their readers to quickly zone in on matters that concern them the most.
- For multipurpose use
You can send the meeting minutes to all stakeholders to keep them up to date. The error-free notes can also work as training or educational content.
Meeting minutes keeps every meeting member accountable. Aira intelligently highlights action items for review before and during the next meeting.
Google Meet is not a new kid on the block. It has been there for ages, under its old title; Hangouts Meet. In the past, Google only lets in educational and enterprise users. The American multinational tech firm has now made Google Meet free for Google account owners. Use it alongside intelligent meeting assistants to enhance productivity and collaboration.
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