In the modern work environment, many of us have had to start using virtual meeting software like Zoom, Google Meet, or Microsoft Teams. Although these apps are quite handy, there is always room for improvement.
This is where Airgram AI comes in. Airgram is a smart team workspace tool that aims to improve your virtual meeting experience. It offers meeting agenda templates, live transcription, 1080p recording, collaborative notebooks, and more.
These features make it much easier for hybrid teams to capture, collaborate, and share the information discussed during team meetings.
And it works with all three major virtual meeting apps: Google Meets, Zoom, and Microsoft Teams. So let’s see what Airgram is.
So what exactly is Airgram?
Even though it is the winner of the product of the day on Product Huntit’s not easy to say exactly what Airgram does.
Essentially, the Airgram meeting productivity tool integrates with virtual meeting software to provide added convenience through a suite of features that make your meetings more efficient and productive.
First, you’ll need to sign up for an Airgram account and connect it to Outlook or Google Calendar (it provides a Google Chrome extension for Google Meet) to access scheduled meetings and quickly save meetings.
Then, once you’re signed in, Airgram offers several different tools you can use to make your meetings more productive.
Transcriptions and Live Review
For starters, it has a live transcription option which you can use to automatically generate meeting notes for review. Next to these transcriptions comes a 1080p recording of your entire meeting.
The transcript is available in multiple languages, including English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, and Chinese.
After the meeting, you can return to your Airgram workspace and review your transcript using its smart features. Features include:
- Make clips of certain transcript sections and share them with your colleagues.
- Play video at adjustable speed and easily skip to specific parts. You can even filter individual speakers in the meeting to better identify certain topics.
- And finally, Airgrams is integrated with several other workspace apps. You can share the transcript and notes in other apps like Slack, Notion, and Google Docs to continue your collaborations elsewhere.
Built-in notes and tasks
As most of us know by now, it can be incredibly important to take notes during some business meetings. It can be nearly impossible to remember everything that was discussed in some meetings, and taking notes can help you a lot in the long run.
That’s why Airgram has included a built-in notes section for you to keep track of your meeting topics. Team members can use Airgram to take notes and leave comments simultaneouslyimproving collaborative efforts within your team.
You can even assign tasks with due dates in a meeting with Airgram. Then, whoever the team member is assigned the task to, they can return to the meeting dashboard in the Airgram workspace and mark their task as done when they’re done.
Develop agenda before meetings
“No agenda, no attendance” is a rule of thumb for having effective meetings, and Airgram also takes it a step further with a space for you to create a meeting agenda.
By adding the meeting to your workspace before the meeting starts, you can add the different topics you plan to discuss and set a time limit to keep things going as smoothly as possible.
Also, share the meeting agenda with your team members ahead of time, so they can air their thoughts. Collaboration starts before the meeting starts!
How does Airgram work?
In practice, Airgram is quite simple to use, although it may seem a bit complicated at first. After creating a free account, you will receive an Airgram workspace on the website, where all your recordings and notes will be kept.
After that, you are ready to start using Airgram to record and transcribe your meetings. You can either create a new meeting from the Airgram workspace or go to your calendar, where all your scheduled meetings are automatically imported.
A more advanced feature that many users love is that you can automatically configure Airgram to join your Zoom or Google Meet meetings even without your presence. This can be a great option for meetings you don’t have to attend.
Rates and subscriptions
As we mentioned earlier, Airgram is free to use, and you can use almost all the features as much as possible. However, you will be limited to only five registrations while using the free option.
After that, you won’t be able to record or transcribe anymore, but you can still use meeting notes in the Airgram dashboard.
You’ll need to look into a monthly subscription option if you regularly host meetings with Teams. Airgram currently offers a team plan and an enterprise plan.
The price of the Team plan varies with different quantities of recordings available, depending on your needs, and the monthly subscription price starts at $17.99. It could be a worthwhile investment because effective meetings save you a lot more.
The Enterprise plan is for your large teams that will need more than 100 recordings per month. Airgram offers this plan on a case-by-case basis, and you’ll need to contact the company’s sales team to set up an Enterprise plan.
Try Airgram for free and see if it’s right for your team
If you and your team regularly use virtual meeting apps, Airgram might be worth a try. It offers live transcripts and 1080p recordings so you can reference your meetings whenever possible.
And the built-in notes feature will allow your team to create live, time-stamped notes for conversation topics, making it easy to take all the necessary information during your team meetings.
And you can try it for free for your first five registrations. Since it works with the three most popular meeting apps, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, and Zoom, it’s pretty easy to set up and use.
See the company’s website here for more information.
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