Manage Notes, Meeting Minutes, and Closed Captions

Document created by Cisco Documentation Team on Dec 17, 2015Last modified by Cisco Documentation Team on Apr 21, 2017
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There are some things to keep in mind before you start managing and taking notes:

  • If all participants are allowed to take notes, they cannot publish their notes to others during the meeting, but they can save them.

  • A single note taker can publish notes at any time during the meeting or can send a meeting transcript to all participants.

  • A closed captionist can publish captions in real time during the meeting and can also send a transcript containing the captions to all participants.

  • The notes feature is not available on the Mac.

Task

Action

Designate a note taker

On the Participants panel, right-click the participant, and then select Change Role To > Note Taker.

A pencil indicator appears to the right of the participant's name.

Designate a closed captionist

On the Participants panel, right-click the participant, and then select Change Role To > Closed Captionist.

A closed caption indicator appears to the right of the participant's name.

Enable closed captions

In the meeting window, select Meeting > Options. In the Meeting Options dialog box that appears, check or uncheck Enable Closed Captioning.

Take personal notes

Type the notes on the Notes panel in your meeting window.

Save notes to a file

In the Notes or Closed Captions panel, click Save.

Take public notes (Meeting Minutes)

If you are the single note taker for a meeting, type the notes on the Notes panel in your meeting window. Your notes are not visible to others until you publish them.

Provide closed captions

If you are the closed captionist for a meeting, type the captions on the Closed Captions panel in your meeting window. You can use either a standard keyboard, or a steno keyboard and machine translation software. Your captions are visible to others as you press the Enter key, or select Publish.




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