The Benefits of Teams in Transcribe

Discover the benefits of our new Teams feature

We recently released a new feature for Business Account holders, enabling you to create Teams and invite your teammates to join. Our main goal is to make it easier for you to work collaboratively, with shared access to transcriptions and a whole host of other features.

In this guide we'll talk you through some of the main benefits and use cases of Teams on, so you can better understand how Teams can help you.

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The main benefits of Teams in Transcribe

- See all your team's transcriptions in one place

With Teams on, you and your team can see all your shared transcriptions in one place. By having all your transcriptions in one shared folder, you and your teammates no longer have to waste time sending files back and forth or searching for the latest versions of a transcript. Everything is there, neatly organized, for everyone in your team to access.

- Better collaboration

Allowing team members to easily access and share files makes it easier to collaborate on projects and tasks. Everyone in the team can share the responsibility of working on and checking transcripts, which can boost productivity and efficiency, improve accuracy, and lead to faster turnaround times.

- Shared credits

When you create a Team, the credits in that account are shared and available to all Team members. When users are in Team mode, new transcriptions will use credits from the Team balance, not from a user's personal balance. This eliminates the need to access a company card or submit expenses.

- PRO features for everyone

There can be up to 10 people in a Team, and every Team member will have access to our PRO features. That includes better transcription accuracy, additional export formats, five hours of server based transcription time per month, and unlimited real-time transcription.

Who might benefit from our Teams feature?

Here are just some of the use cases for our new Teams feature, and the types of teams that will benefit from it:

- Marketing teams

Having shared access to transcription files makes it easier for marketing teams to collaborate on everything from customer interviews and focus group sessions to podcast recordings and YouTube subtitles. This can help them to develop more effective marketing campaigns and to provide their audience with accurate transcriptions.

- Media production teams

Media production teams can use the Teams feature to collaborate on transcribing interviews, scripts, and subtitles. This can help them to streamline their production process and to ensure that their content is accurate and accessible.

- Research teams

Researchers working in teams can use the feature to collaborate on transcribing interviews, focus groups, and field research data. This can help them to analyze data more efficiently, identify key themes and patterns, and to develop more robust research findings.

- HR teams

HR teams can use the Teams feature to share interview transcriptions, and work more collaboratively on evaluating candidates and making hiring decisions.

- Remote teams

The Teams feature is particularly useful for remote teams who use video calls to stay connected. With the Teams feature, remote teams can share transcriptions of Zoom meetings, making it easy to refer back to meeting notes.

Find out how to integrate Transcribe with Zoom for quick and easy meeting transcripts.

And it's not only professionals that can benefit from our new Teams feature...

- Students

Students can use the feature to share transcriptions of lectures, seminars, and workshops with their peers. This can help study groups to share knowledge and compile study material in a productive and efficient way.

- Families

Some of our subscribers use our service to document family history, recording interviews with older relatives and transcribing them to keep the memories safe. Our Teams feature can help families to work collaboratively on these precious transcriptions and reminisce together.

How to use the Transcribe Teams feature

To use our Teams feature, you'll need to sign up for a Business Account. Once you've subscribed, you'll be able to create Teams, and invite up to nine other users to join them. Each Team member will be able to view, access, and add Team transcriptions - think of it like a shared folder for all your shared transcripts.

Find out more about how to use the Teams feature here, including how to create Teams and how to accept Teams invitations.

Ready to try the Teams feature for yourself? Launch the Transcribe online editor to get started.

Please note

  • Please note that this is a beta functionality, so severe limitations may apply

  • We are testing different approaches, and some details may change over time

  • To create a Team, users need to sign up for a Business Account

Written By Katie Garrett

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