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11 Tips & 5 Tools To Make You More Productive When Transcribing

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  1. Hey Mahesh,

    Glad to read you wonderful experience. You have really shared amazing tips for us to make us simple and cool. Practice really makes us perfect – we need to work hard in 2017 for better result and it can be only happen when we practice our work on regular basis.

    Generally, I use Evernote to save my significant notes it is very helpful for me to memorize for prolong time. Eventually, thanks for sharing your best experience with us.

    With best wishes,

    Amar kumar

  2. Hi Mahesh,

    It’s great to see you here! I haven’t transcribed in years but what I do remember was my dislike. I’m talking old school foot pedals and all. You might not even know about those. 🙂 You’ve shared some great tools above and ones that I’m familiar with because I do use them to help me throughout my day. Thank you for sharing this with Cori’s audience!

    Have a great day!

    B

    • Hi Bren,
      I also feel glad to be here and sharing my words. I have been following your blog and appreciate the efforts you are making to help startups and small businesses.

  3. These are some seriously great tips! I personally love using Evernote too, I keep finding a ton of useful ways to take advantage of that app. But This is the first I’m hearing about Work+. I’m going to download that one now, I love the idea! I work much more efficiently outside of the home.

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