How to Make Sure You Don't Miss a Beat While Working From Home
Conference call recording, transcription, and other essential tools for professionals working from home
Whether you’re a freelancer, remote employee, or simply sparing your coworkers back at the office from whatever contagion you’ve become stricken with, working from home has both advantages and drawbacks. In today’s blog, we’ll be going over some of the reasons why more and more people are choosing to work from home as well as some of the tools, such as conference call recording, that they may utilize in order to stay connected with others.
Why Work From Home?
When your morning commute consists of getting out of bed and moseying over to your coffee-table-turned-office-desk, it’s easy to see why many people today opt to work out of their homes. Thanks to the emergence new information technology, many jobs that previously required a physical presence or face-to-face meetings can now be done remotely. For a growing number of professionals, there’s just no good reason to work in an office when they can work just as productively from home—or from anywhere else for that matter.
Staying Connected While Working From Home
Admittedly, the comfort of being able to check emails while lounging on your couch in your sweatpants is hard to beat. However, working from home is not without its own unique set of challenges. Being physically separated from coworkers and colleagues means it's inevitable that you will miss out on some discussions that might take place between employees or with clients. Just because you can’t be present during each meeting, however, doesn’t mean that you can’t stay in the loop when it comes to work-related discussion. Two of the most useful tools utilized by professionals working remotely are conference calling and conference call recording.
Tools for Working from Home: Conference Call Recording and Transcription
Recording conference calls is an easy way to make sure you don’t miss out on a single word said during important meetings work meetings. Audio and video conference calling not only allows for remote participation in important conversations, but also for these meetings to be recorded and transcribed for later reference. Thanks to the recording capabilities available on virtual meeting platforms like ours, no one has to miss out on important meeting details. For busy professionals who don't have time to take notes on a 2-hour recording, cutting edge voice A.I. voice recognition software can now provide a verbatim written record of everything mentioned during your call.
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Creating a record of important meeting details is as simple as the click of a mouse or the entering of a telephone keypad command. In addition to unlimited audio call recording coming standard on all premium FreeConference plans, video recording and automated AI transcription are now available for a surprisingly affordable monthly subscription.
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