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Google Docs’ voice-to-text feature is getting major upgrades. Here’s how to use it

ZDNET: “Your voice is a powerful tool, and Google’s dictation tool can help you harness it, convert it, and even present it. With the Google suite’s voice-to-text capabilities, transferring thoughts from speech to digital copy is quick and simple. On top of that, Google just announced that its upcoming batch of voice-to-text improvements, coming in February, will make for a more reliable and accurate transcription process. The list of changes includes:

  • Reduction of transcription errors
  • Minimizing lost audio during transcription
  • Expanded support for major browsers
  • Captions in Slides will have auto-generated punctuation

While you will have to wait a few more weeks before you can fully benefit from the performance gains, allow me to first show you how to use Google’s voice dictation feature to type and edit on Google Docs and even transcribe speaker notes on Google Slides…”

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