Dated: January 31
Thank you for all the great feedback during the past few weeks! We have released numerous usability improvements, introduced new UI and developed new integrations. To sign up for the Beta go to https://app.voicefox.com. We really appreciate your feedback!
New user interface
We’ve made a significant improvement to the user interface across the site, specifically on the meeting overview page and the Voicefox dashboard.
In the meeting overview page, you will notice the speakers, keywords, topics and slides annotations to the right of the screen.
Automatically invite Voicefox to meetings
If you use Google calendar, you can now opt to automatically invite Voicefox for your meetings. You have 2 options:
a) Invite Voicefox to internal meetings - Meetings, where every attendee invited, has the same email domain as yours. E.g. if you signed up as firstname.lastname@example.org, every attendee of the meeting must have a voicefox domain.
b) Invite Voicefox to external meetings - Meetings where at least one attendee has a different email domain.
When you sync your Google calendar, you have an option of uninviting Voicefox to specific meetings:
- remove Voicefox as invitee from the calendar invite
- unselect a meeting from Upcoming meetings page in Voicefox
- once the meeting starts, you can boot Voicefox from the meeting
You can now share a specific meeting to a Slack group or direct message to a user.
You also have an option to configure Voicefox to automatically post the meeting overview to a default Slack channel or a user after each meeting.
This way, after the meeting is processed, the link to the smart recording will be shared automatically to the chosen channel/user.
You can now define topics, which are groups of keywords. Voicefox will search for topics for each meeting. E.g You could define the topic Competitor, and see how many times a topic was mentioned on a call.