The ability to save Live Captions to word
As a form of Minutes to all Meetings, it would be great if a user had the option to save Live Captions to a word document.
Jaques Arantes commented
It doesn't really need to be a "Word" document. Plain text would be even better and a dead easy task to implement.
Me too., recording is not always allowed for various reasons. would be helpful if the live captions are stored and accessible for a while.
Please implement it asap , this is a valuable feature , must have to create meeting minutes
Stuart Montgomery commented
A copy of the live captions to be kept associated with the meeting or chat would be brilliant.
This would open up the possibility of searching on a topic and returning a transcript as well as meta data about a verbal conversation.
Doesn't have to be word doc, could be plain text, or in the notes section.
How this isn't a feature yet is beyond me. Being able to save the live captions to use, export and edit them would be extremely helpful. Come on MS, you can do it!
[Deleted User] commented
This feature would be great.
Blair Johnston commented
I second all of what Kike said: included for 1 on 1 calls, timestamps and identifying speaker all in the transcript.
tony Bear commented
I hope to provide real-time subtitle translation, as well as subtitle export function after the end of live broadcasting.
This features would ease making meeting minutes and summaries.
It would allow me to focus in the meetin rather than taking notes.
This is already available to the meeting organizer if the meeting was recorded. It is a bit difficult to locate it in Streams. The downloaded format is not very handy when reviewing the script.
I would enable saving the script to anyone in the call. You would be surprised how many people loses meeting conten because of our different accents sometime makes it difficult to understand one another.
I would enable this feature not only to meetings, also for 1:1 calls.
BTW, I don't mind the timeframe of the sentences when I review the script.
A stretch would be to know who said what. (I have seen other conferencing systems doing this)