Considering that the speed of speech is higher than keyboard typing, you might find voice typing quite handy when you need to quickly write down some notes or set a reminder, for example.
Google Docs can transcribe meetings, dialogs, and your speech to have it saved as a text for further use and better navigation over the document.
Watch the video from https://thegoodocs.com/ and find out how to voice type on Google Docs:
First, make sure that you have at least a moderate microphone connected to your computer since the service relies on the quality of sound. And it will certainly be better to be used in a quieter environment and with your head closer to the mic.
One more important requirement is using the Google Chrome browser, as it is a Google service, and the working capacity on other browsers is not guaranteed and may be faulty in different ways.
Now we are going to show you the process of voice typing on Google Docs. Of course, we recommend you watch our video to see everything in action and start practicing. So, let`s say something!
“Google voice typing is surprisingly accurate (comma), as you can tell (period).”
It also features punctuation by voice and common text commands. For example:
And Google voice typing even supports text formatting. For example:
“Select “as you can tell”, underline, bold, increase font size, stop listening”.
At first, it will be unusual to use even regular commands to work with text by the means of voice. But it certainly blossoms throughout time and may even replace our common keyboard typing. Let’s see and wait.
We hope this tutorial will help you learn how to voice type on Google Docs. Good luck!