Chris Pratley passes along a great tip on transcripting audio recorded in OneNote. Great tip!
I just got a great tip from a colleague at work (Richard Sprague) that I wanted to share. Since it is related, I thought I’d also include a tip I got earlier from Barry Brahier.
Richard came up with a way to transcribe audio recordings into OneNote! The recording can be one made in OneNote or be from anywhere really (such as from a solid state recorder and uploaded to your PC). Of course you can put this transcription into any app that supports speech input – I just happen to like OneNote for this.
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