What Is This Feature?
Using voice commands, you can have EVA create a note in OneNote to help you remember important action items and follow ups from your meeting.
After your meeting, you can also select specific highlights to push to OneNote as notes from the past meeting page in the Voicea platform.
OneNote is a Standard workflow integration, and is available to users on a Premium Trial, Premium, Pro, Standard or Teams plan.
This NEW voice command is currently in BETA, try it out and send us your feedback at [email protected]
How To Use It
Setting Up your OneNote Integration:
To setup your OneNote integration, you will need to add a secondary email in your OneNote account that is unique to the Voicea integration:
- Go to the OneNote Integrations page in the Voicea platform
- Copy the email address starting with eva.integration_msftonenote
- Go to your OneNote Email Settings and click "Add another address" *
- Select "Add an existing email address as a Microsoft account alias" and paste the address from step 2 above. Click "Add alias"
- Click the verification link under "If you added this email address as an alias, use this link to verify" in the email you receive from EVA
- From your OneNote Email Settings check the box next to the email address from step 2. Select the notebook and section you want your notes to sync to under "Choose Location". Click "save"
Find step-by-step instructions in the OneNote help center here.
*if you don't see the option to "Add another address", contact your Office 365 / OneNote admin.
Sending Notes to OneNote
- Once your integration has been setup, say "OK EVA, create a note" during your meeting and EVA will create a note in OneNote
- Following your meeting, you can select specific highlights you'd like to push to OneNote from the past meetings page.
- Enable auto-sync if you'd like all your meeting highlights to automatically sync to OneNote after every meeting
- Your highlights will appear as a new page in your OneNote notebook.
How To Leverage This Feature
Have EVA create a note in OneNote (either using voice commands during your meeting or from the past meeting page following your meeting) to help you remember important action items and follow ups from your meeting.