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Finding Your Meeting Summary: A Step-by-Step Guide
Finding Your Meeting Summary: A Step-by-Step Guide

Steps to locate your recent meeting summary from Zoom, Google Meet, and Microsoft Teams

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Written by Taylor McLoughlin
Updated over a week ago

In this support article, we will guide you on how to find your meeting summary, which includes the video recording, full transcription, and an AI-generated summary.

🔑 Check your inbox for a link to your summary. We will send the alert to the email associated with the recording. More on that below.

🤖 Step 1: Recording a meeting

We support meeting summaries in Zoom, Google Meet, and Microsoft Teams using meeting bots.

Take a look at this article in case you need help recording a meeting.

📧 Step 2: Check your email inbox

Once the meeting is over or the bot is removed from the meeting, the meeting data is processed into three components: the video recording, the full transcription, and an AI-generated meeting summary.

Click "View Summary" to view your summary.

You can expect to receive an email notification to the email address associated with the source of the meeting bot.

For example, if you’re using our Zoom App and you’re logged in using then you will receive an alert to that email address with a link to your meeting summary.

✍️ Step 3: Review, Edit, and Share your Meeting Summary Post

Meeting summaries - alongside summarized news articles and Slack channels - will appear in your twine Ambient feed as a post.

The feed is meant for others in your organization. As more colleagues sign up for twine with the same company email they will see the content posted in this feed.

Each meeting post has a Title and Body, alongside the raw video recording and transcript. Meeting summaries default to a DRAFT state, meaning only you can see it.

Clicking Edit enables you to view the transcript and edit the meeting summary title and body.

Still need help? We're here for you! Send us a note at or schedule some time with an Ambient expert here.

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