10 ways busy students are using Otter to save time and stay ahead

  1. Taking More Complete Notes in Class
  2. Sharing Notes for Missed Classes
  3. Transcribing Research Interviews
  4. Capturing Ideas
  5. Taking Notes with Photos from Textbooks Without Writing in Them
  6. Preparing for Exams
  7. Working on Team Projects
  8. Enabling Accessibility for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and ESL Students
  9. Thinking Instead of Note-Taking
  10. Converting Useful Videos & Podcasts into Text

1. Taking More Complete Notes in Class

2. Sharing Notes for Missed Classes

3.Transcribing Research Interviews

4. Capturing Ideas

5. Taking Notes with Photos from Textbooks Without Writing in Them

6. Preparing for Exams

7. Working on Project Teams

8. Enabling Accessibility for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and ESL Students

9. Thinking Instead of Note-Taking

10. Converting Useful Videos & Podcasts into Text

Wrapping up

Ready to try Otter?

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Otter is a note-taking and collaboration app that empowers you to remember, search, and share your voice conversations. Visit https://otter.ai to sign up free.

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