Saturday, January 18, 2014

How AccessLine Users Can Get Their Voicemail Messages Transcribed by Quicktate and Saved in Evernote

Users of AccessLine, a leading provider of cloud-based phone and voice services recently acquired by Intermedia, may easily configure their preferences so that their voice mail messages are automatically transcribed by Quicktate (humans) and searchable in Evernote. This blog post will show you how to get set up in 3 easy steps.

1. Set Your AccessLine Preferences
Log into your AccessLine Account
Go to Settings and select the Notification tab (see diagram below)
Turn Email Notifications to "on"

Enter your Evernote email address (find this in Evernote at Account/ General Settings)
Select Attach the voice mail message as a .WAV file

Select the type of message(s) you wish to be notified of
Click "Save"

2. Create a Quicktate Account and an Evernote Account
If you don't have a Quicktate account, Create one 
If you don't have an Evernote account, Create one

3. Sync your Quicktate and Evernote Accounts
Log in to Quicktate and click Enable Evernote

Here's what your voice mail messages will look like in your Evernote account. Note that the transcript magically appears along-side the audio file. Your voice mail messages can now be searched in Evernote.

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