Tutorial: Integrating Quicktate with Evernote
To Get Your Audio Files Transcribed
- Log in to your Quicktate account.
- Go to your Profile page.
- Click “Enable Evernote Delivery.”
Using the Service
- The following audio files will be automatically and immediately delivered from Evernote to Quicktate to be transcribed:
- Audio Notes with quicktate in the name; or
- Audio Notes tagged quicktate.
- We accept the following audio types:
- • aac/AAC
- • aif/AIF
- • aiff/AIFF
- • amr/AMR
- • mp3/MP3
Audio Notes may be recorded in Evernote or may be recorded outside of Evernote and then delivered to Evernote via email or via another app. If you email your
audio to Evernote, you may add #quicktate to the subject line so that the file is sent to Quicktate for transcription.
- Once an Audio Note is delivered from Evernote to Quicktate, it will not be possible to cancel the transcription.
- Completed transcripts are automatically sent to Evernote and saved in the same Note alongside the audio file.
- Completed transcripts are also:
- Saved in your Quicktate account; and
- Emailed to you.
- If you have multiple audios in a single Evernote Note, only the first audio will be sent to Quicktate for transcription.
- If you move an audio file from one Evernote Note to another Note, it will be transcribed again if Quicktate is in the name of the Note or if the Note is tagged Quicktate.
- If you rename an existing Evernote Note containing an audio file, it will be transcribed again if Quicktate is in the name of the Note or if the Note is tagged Quicktate.
- Do not rename an existing Evernote Note containing an audio file until you have received the transcript - otherwise it may be sent for transcription again.