Setting Discussion Guide Questions in the Machine Transcript

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Overview

This brief guide will provide instructions on how to set discussion guide questions in the machine transcript. After your session is complete. Recordings and transcripts can take from 30-60 minutes to process and be available in the archive. 

 

Why Edit the Placement of Discussion Guide Questions in the Machine Transcript?

Discussion guides are meant to be helpful tools in the 'Meeting Room' to help navigate your conversations. The moderator works best when they are fully concentrated in the conversation that is taking place, so sometimes checking the discussion guide questions in the conversation just isn't feasible or gets added at the wrong time.

 

The ability to drag and drop the discussion guide questions after the fact helps you create a more defined machine transcript and helps play as the true marker of where the questions capture the start of the response from a respondent.

 

Who Can Edit the Placement of Discussion Guide Questions?

The following roles can edit the placement of the discussion guide questions:

  • Project Owners
  • Editors
  • Collaborators

Note: Project viewers, password-protected single share viewers, and anyone with a copy of the downloaded discussion guide for a recording will be able to view the placement of the discussion guide questions, but not edit them.

 

Editing the Placement of the Discussion Guide Questions in the Machine Transcript

1. Find the recording you would like to edit.

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2. For questions that were not checked off in the meeting room or 'Not Answered' at the bottom of the transcript, drag those questions in front of the moment in the transcript that the question should be.

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3. For questions that were checked off in the meeting room and landed at the incorrect moment that the question should have been checked off at, drag those questions in front of the moment in the transcript that the question should be.

 

 

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