Content creators stay prolific by using Otter to capture story ideas on the go and write more easily by speaking.
These 5 free apps make your commute productive, not dead time https://t.co/7A4Q7GYWsk— Fast Company (@FastCompany) June 17, 2019
I started testing @otter_ai to help me write articles. I will talk out my ideas and the app turns my voice notes into text, and then I can easily export it right into @Dropbox bam article draft ready!#notanAd #productivitytech #blogtech pic.twitter.com/WtQv07f3nj— Helene (@wanderinghelene) August 19, 2019
Have you tried https://t.co/l0iLpoymLf to transcribe when you on the move? I'm often out walking and get some vlogs in my head that I'll forget a few hours later.— Robert Gibbons (@RobertAtCARA) August 13, 2019
Writing my fiction, it feels good to get started again.— Woody (@StevenWoodgate) August 13, 2019
I use my daily commute to mule over my writing projects. I usually jot notes while walking. But am going to try something new and use https://t.co/V5kkZzXLvh to take notes while I walk.— danny cardoza (@danielcardoza) July 22, 2019
Anyone done something similar or use a dif app? Tips and tricks? #phdchat #AnthroTwitter