Webex Assistant is available in Cisco Webex Meetings.
Beginning with the 41.6 update, Webex Events (new) webinar mode supports Webex Assistant for plans that support up to 10,000 users and as an add-on for plans that support up to 1000 users.
In the 41.7 update, Webex Assistant is supported in meetings that are started or joined from the Webex app that aren't full-featured meetings. Meetings started or joined from a space don'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.
If the Webex Assistant is enabled on your Webex site, 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.
Anyone who has edit privileges for the transcript can download it, play an audio clip, edit the transcript text, and create highlights from transcript text.
Select the Transcript tab on the Meeting content page on your Webex site.
To navigate to the Meeting content page, see View Meeting and Event Content Created by Webex Assistant for Meetings.
If you're the meeting or webinar host or the host gave you edit privileges for the meeting or webinar content, you can do the following:
If the host gave you view-only privileges, you can play audio clips of the transcript.
Anyone who has edit privileges for the transcript can play an audio clip and edit the transcript text.
Tap the Transcript tab on the Meeting Info page on your app.
For more information on navigating to your Meeting Info page, see View Meeting and Event Content Created by Webex Assistant for Meetings.
If you're the meeting or webinar host or if the host shared the meeting or webinar content with you, you can do the following:
If the host gave you view only privileges, you can still play audio clips of the transcript.