Microsoft Word is a great app for writing but we’ve always wanted an easy way to convert speech to text within this app. As journalists, we spend way too much time transcribing recorded audio from interviews and even converting voice notes into written text. Microsoft recently launched a new feature for Word with which you can do both those things. Watch this video as we tell you the easy steps that let you transcribe audio in Microsoft Word. Besides Word, we have also included a few alternatives that offer much of the same functionality, be sure to check them out as well.

Welcome everyone, this is Office Space episode 7. For those who don’t know, Office Space is our series dedicated to making your life with office apps much easier.

0:00 Introduction
0:58 Transcribe Audio Using Microsoft Word
3:34 Transcribe Audio Using Otter.ai
5:06 Transcribe Audio Using Descript
6:09 Transcribe Audio Using Google Docs

Anchor: Aman Rashid (https://gadgets.ndtv.com/authors/aman-rashid-35)
Video Editor: Pankaj Rawat (https://gadgets.ndtv.com/authors/pankaj-rawat-44)

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