Sessions AI-powered integration allows you to have real-time transcriptions during meetings, webinars and workshops.
The great thing about the transcript is that, unlike other transcription services, it automatically identifies the language(s) spoken and the name of the participant who is speaking.
This means that during your session, each attendee can use their native language, and the transcription will identify it, making it possible to be translated into other languages.
Your sessions are now accessible to any non-native participant.
How to start the transcription:
Transcriptions do not automatically start when the session begins. They have to be enabled by the Host or Assistants. Once enabled, the transcription becomes available to all participants.
After the meeting ends, you can access the transcription from
You can use the 🔎 Search feature to navigate easily to the part of the conversation that interests you. You can find it at the top right corner of your transcription window. It’s available during live gatherings but also in Memory once the session is finished.
Translations are available for 120+ languages, making it easy for each of your attendees to have the meeting/event translated into their preferred language in real-time.
For translations to be available, the Host or Co-host must first enable transcriptions. Once enabled, transcriptions, translations and summaries become available for all participants.
Click the Translations button next to the Close (X) button to change the language.
Save time and energy by automatically generating the meeting’s minutes and action items. The AI-powered summary service takes the session’s transcript and extracts the most important aspects discussed in the meeting.
For the summary to be generated, you must first enable the transcription. Once enabled, transcriptions, translations and summaries become available for all participants.
Summaries can be generated and edited in real-time by the Host and Co-host.
You can use the 🔎 Search feature to navigate easily to the information that interests you. You can find it at the top right corner of your Summary window. It’s available during live gatherings but also in Memory, once the session is finished.
If you want to share this summary with your attendees, we recommend you copy-paste it into our Takeaways tool, and it will automatically send it via email to your participants.
Once the meeting or event is over, you can access the summary from