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December 22, 2016



With your recent posts about using OneNote, I'm surprised you aren't using audio recording through that - it is built in. When you play back the recording, it shows what you wrote/typed at the time of the recording and you can jump to any spot in the recording at the click of a mouse on any word/line you have in text. Don't know how more efficient you could be if you use OneNote to its fullest potential.

I will admit that it might take some testing to figure out the right mix of audio recording controls in the settings to make sure your audio is audible. The default settings for me on a Surface Pro 1 didn't do very well, but after some tweaking, it is all I ever use for note taking now in any meeting I'm in.

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