Editing Features + Tips
Updated over a week ago

Editing Features

In Noota, you have extensive control over your transcriptions, allowing you to fine-tune every detail to ensure accuracy and clarity.

Here's what you can edit within a conversation:

  1. Correct Spelling Mistakes: Easily update any misspelled words to maintain the professional quality of your transcripts.

  2. Add or Delete Words: Insert additional text to clarify or expand on what was said, or remove words that are extraneous or incorrect.

  3. Update Punctuation: Modify punctuation marks to better reflect the intended meaning and improve the readability of your transcript.

  4. Adjust Paragraphs: Insert new paragraph breaks to enhance the organization and flow of the conversation, or remove unnecessary breaks that disrupt the narrative.

  5. Rename the Conversation: Change the title of your conversation for better indexing and easier retrieval in the future.

⚠️If you have specific terminology or spelling of words you use, add them to your custom vocabulary and correct them in the transcript. This will teach Noota to improve accuracy for your future recordings.


Create a Clip

  1. Access the Clip Feature: Navigate to the 'Clip' tab on your Noota dashboard.

  2. Initiate a New Clip: Click on the 'Create a New Clip' button to start the process.

  3. Select Your Video Segment: Go through the transcription to find the exact segment you wish to extract.

  4. Save Your Selection: Once you’ve chosen the desired segment, click on the 'Save Extract' button. This action will finalize the clip, saving it to your library or designated project folder.

By following these steps, you can efficiently manage and organize key video segments, making it easier to review important moments or share specific excerpts.


How to Add More Information

When organizing in-person meetings with Noota, you have the flexibility to include details to ensure every aspect of your meeting is well-documented and easily accessible.

  1. Set the Time:

    Specify when the meeting will take place to keep all participants informed and prepared.

  2. Add a Location:

    Enter the physical address or a description of the meeting location to ensure everyone knows exactly where to gather.

  3. Include Contact Information:

    You can add relevant contact details such as phone numbers and email addresses. This ensures participants have all necessary contact information at their fingertips.

  4. List Participants:

    Document who will be attending to keep track of involvement and send out reminders or follow-ups as needed.

  5. Add a Meeting Number:

    If your meeting is part of a series or needs to be referenced easily, assigning a number can simplify organization and future referencing.


Tips to Elevate Transcript Quality

Clear and Loud Speech

  • Optimize your transcription quality by ensuring all participants speak clearly and audibly during your recording sessions.

Quality Microphone

  • Use a quality microphone to capture a clear audio, significantly enhancing the overall transcription accuracy.

Consistent Mic Distance

  • Maintain uniform audio quality by keeping the microphone at the same distance from every speaker.

Avoid Self-Cuts

  • Ensure that you don't inadvertently cut off your own words or sentences while speaking. Clear and uninterrupted speech aids transcription precision.

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