Webex Assistant is available in Meetings.

Beginning with the 41.5 update, Events (new) webinar mode supports Webex Assistant.

In addition to Meetings and Events (new), with the 41.7 update, Webex Assistant is also available for the Webex App. Meetings started or joined from a space don't support Webex Assistant.

Webex for Government doesn't support Webex Assistant.

This feature requires Cisco Webex video platform version 2.0 with joining meetings from video systems enabled. To find out which version you’re using, see Find Your Cisco Webex Meetings Version Number.

Meetings hosts can turn on or turn off the Webex Assistant during the meeting. To automatically turn on the Webex Assistant whenever you start a meeting, check the Webex Assistant option in your Scheduling preferences.

Meeting highlights appear in the Highlights tab
When you create a highlight, the text is highlighted in blue in the Captions tab and appears in the Highlights tab of the Captions & Highlights panel. Highlights are time stamped and labelled according to what type of highlight was created. Labels include action item, agenda, decision, note, parking lot, reminder, and summary.

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Create a highlight by doing one of the following:

  • In the Captions & Highlights panel, hover over the caption that you want to save as a meeting highlight and select Highlight.

    If you want to highlight part of a caption only, select that text and select Highlight. If you highlight something by mistake, hover over it and select Unhighlight.

  • Use a voice command to create a highlight.
  • Speak naturally and the Webex Assistant will listen for keyword triggers and capture moments during the meeting. For a list of keyword triggers, see Use Voice Commands in a Webex Meeting or Event.
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Delete a highlight by selecting the Highlights tab in the Captions & Highlights panel and selecting Delete highlight next to the highlight that you want to delete.

When you create a highlight, the text is highlighted in blue in the Captions tab and appears in the Highlights tab of the Captions and Highlights page. Highlights are stamped and labeled according to the type of highlight created. Labels include action item, agenda, decision, note, parking lot, reminder, and summary.

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Create a highlight by doing one of the following:

  • If you're the host of a meeting, turn on Webex Assistant and select View Captions and Highlights. Then, go to the Captions tab and tap and hold the caption that you want to save as a highlight. Tap Highlight.
  • If you joined a meeting from the Meetings app or a full-featured meeting from the Webex App app and the host has turned on Webex Assistant, tap More options > Closed Captions > View Captions and Highlights. Then, go to the Captions tab and tap and hold the caption that you want to save as a highlight. Tap Highlight.
  • Use a voice command to create a highlight.
  • Speak naturally and the Webex Assistant will listen for keyword triggers and capture moments during the meeting. For a list of keyword triggers, see Use Voice Commands in a Webex Meeting or Event.
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Delete a highlight by doing one of the following:

  • If you're the host of a meeting, you can turn on Webex Assistant and select View Captions and Highlights. Then, go to the Highlights tab, swipe left on the highlight that you want to delete, and tap Delete Delete.
  • If you joined a meeting from the Meetings app or a full-featured meeting from the Webex App app and the host has turned on Webex Assistant, tap More options > Closed Captions > View Captions and Highlights. Then, go to the Highlights tab, swipe left on the highlight that you want to delete, and tap Delete Delete.