From meeting agenda, meeting recording, real-time transcription, to note-taking, Airgram offers everything Docket has and more.
Capture high-quality recordings of your online and in-person meetings.
Docket doesn't have a meeting recording feature.
Automatically join the shceduled Zoom/GMeet/Teams calls without your presence.
Live transcribe Zoom, GMeet, Teams, and in-person meetings.
Docket doesn't have a transcription feature.
All meeting attendees can simutaneously take meeting notes with the text-rich notepad.
Set actions items and follow up.
Export meeting notes and transcripts to Notion, Slack, Google Docs, and Word.
When it comes to the integration of third-party apps, Docket has the upper hand with 10+ integration that includes well-known services like Dropbox, Evernote, Hubspot, and Asana. Then why should you choose Airgram over Docket? Below are some of the factors that may help you make the decisions.
With Airgram, you won’t need to worry about missing any meetings anymore. With a proper setup, an Airgram AI assistant will join the Zoom, Google Meet, and Microsoft Teams meeting events on your Google Calendar automatically. After the meeting hosts admit the AI Assistant to the meeting, it will start recording and transcribing the meeting for you to review later.
Should it be virtual meetings or in-person meetings, Airgram can record the audio or video for you and store it for future reference. It also provides live transcription for the meetings to make them more accessible for participants.
What’s better, Airgram supports eight transcription languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, and Chinese.
Although Docket has more integrations than Airgram, it has more restrictions when it comes to exporting the notepad. Airgram can export the notes that include action items and transcripts to Microsoft Word, Google Docs, Notion, and notes to Slack.
On the other hand, Docket will separate action items from notes. You can sync action items to Asana and Jira, and meeting notes to Dropbox and Evernote with Docket.
With Docket, you can only be in one Docekt Team, which can be inconvenient as you may need to be in more than one team for different purposes. On the contrary, Airgram allows you to be in more than one workspace to make collaboration and project management easier.
It just works. It connects. It stays connected. Captures everything. The features they are adding to the review process are even better. You can take notes during the meeting or review afterwards and see what Airgram decided was important. The keyword feature is great as well. Generous amount of free meetings each month as well.
What I like most about Airgram:
1. Ease of setup and getting Airgram to join meetings (Google Meet, Teams, Zoom)
2. Providing breakdowns showing who was talking at what times, for how long
3. Transcriptions which link to video time stamps, so you can easily go over a particular point