See what's new to jamie & the updates we have shipped.
Automated meeting notes are great. But what if instead of just looking at the notes, jamie could answer any question you have about your meetings? Introducing semantic search. Over the past months we’ve worked hard on perfecting an intuitive chat-based search for you that makes it easy to get an answer about anything related to your meetings. From looking through summaries, transcripts, or related meetings, jamie now has the skill of generating the answer you are looking for. This feature is still super early and we are working hard to improve it over the coming weeks. Yet, we are excited to share this as part of our early access program with a handpicked group of customers. If you are interested, shoot our team a message so we can get you started.
Remembering to start jamie for all your meetings can be quite difficult. That’s why jamie will now remind you start jamie whenever your mic is used in moments like joining a meeting. To activate this option, go to settings > summary > “remind me to start jamie”.
We improved the co-pilot interface to be less distracting when you’re in meetings. You can now minimise the window seamlessly while expanding it when you need to.
In the past, some accents and voices were not identified in the right language which resulted in the transcript being less useful. This is now fixed as we did some architecture changes under the hood to make the automatic language detection more reliable.
It’s back! You can now connect your outlook calendar with jamie. This allows you to receive reminders to start the summary for meetings, and pull the name of meetings from your calendar like magic. You can even use it in parallel with your google calendar.
To help you be more successful with jamie, we updated our onboarding flow to help you get started with all the powerful features jamie has to offer. Also, you can schedule your personal onboarding call with one of our awesome team members anytime 😍
Specific details and numbers are extremely important in meetings. We tweaked jamie in a way that it now includes numbers and specific facts more extensively in meeting summaries. Happy number crunching 🔢
Sometimes jamie misunderstands acronyms or unique names that you use in your life. Fixing those have been annoying, but fear no more. When you fix a word, jamie allows you to replace it everywhere in a summary with one click.
Acronyms and names are hard to be picked up correctly by jamie. We added a way for you to add custom words which helps jamie to get them right in the transcriptions and summaries. It works great in some cases already but we are working on improving this even more during the next months.
To have jamie for yourself is cool, but remember sharing is caring. After many requests, we finally shipped company billing allowing you to set up an admin that can manage the plans of the entire organisation. If you want to use this, schedule a call with our team so we can get you up and running.
Topic-sorted notes are great. But sometimes, you need a specific structure for your notes. That’s why jamie now allows you to define custom note templates for meetings. A note template exists of multiple sections. You can tell jamie what to include in those sections based on a headline and description. Then, when summarising a meeting, you can select a template and after a meeting jamie will fill that template out for you. This is useful for recurring meetings like team kickoffs, check-ins, or interviews.
How can we best assist you in your day without distracting you too much? The answer is our new co-pilot interface 👀. You can enable this new interface in your account settings. It is not intrusive, yet always there for you when you need it. Adjust mic input, select custom note templates, or finish a meeting with one click. Drag & drop it like there’s no tomorrow - the position is saved 🧭. We are looking for feedback to perfect this neat and helpful interface over the coming weeks.
One of the biggest frustrations that our customers on macOS were still experiencing was the difficult to use headphone mode. Luckily, this struggle should come to an end very soon. jamie now automatically detects whether you are using headphones and adjusts the required system settings if needed. Once you stop jamie, everything goes back to normal. You also are reminded to adjust the output device in the meeting software you are using. Usually, this should always happen automatically. But just in case you need to jump in, you are reminded to do so.
On macOS you can now see your upcoming events in your tray bar.
Were you ever looking for specific information of a meeting you had? Us as well. Now, you can search for any keywords across all your meetings inside of jamie easily. It will search through all titles, transcripts, and notes you summarised with jamie. Special shout out to David 🥳.
Getting information out of jamie and into other tools you already hard is tremendously important. This is why you can now copy-and-paste single parts of a meeting like the summary, tasks, or decisions. Also, you can copy-and-paste everything at once with a click of a button.
After starting off by providing great summaries for our users, jamie will soon be able to automate many more tasks that you don’t enjoy doing next to note-taking. To successfully expand on this, it was time for a deep overhaul of the UI and performance of jamie which we are excited to now finally share with all of our users. You will notice that jamie feels significantly faster, works more robustly, and expand beyond a simple tool towards a powerful place for where you get work done quickly. Also, you have a brand new “Today” view, as well as a “Meetings” view to help you find what you are looking for faster. Keep an eye out for many small, yet helpful features that are coming to jamie over the next few weeks.
In your job, you will have many different areas and projects. That’s why you can now define tags in your settings and quickly filter based on tags in the meetings view.
Special shoutout to David and Charles for making jamie 3 come alive so quickly. Also, we would like to thank Saamia, Damian, Julius, Jamie, Firat, Dray, and Nils for their feedback in developing this new version.
An important part of getting value out of meeting notes is sharing them with your team and colleagues. That's why we added a one-click link sharing feature to jamie. When you click "Copy link" when viewing a summary, we generate a safe URL and copy it to your clipboard. Then, you can share this link with anyone who should have access to the notes jamie generated for you. It is of course possible to always disable a link if you want to not share the notes any longer.
After hearing from many of our beta testers that a free trial of 1 week might not be enough to be convinced of jamie, we are excited to bring a free plan to jamie. The free plan includes up to 5 meetings per month with a limit of 30 minutes per meeting.
We have improved the extraction capabilities of jamie to detect immediate tasks and decisions more accurately from meetings. This means that the action item output will be more useful to our customers.
Sometimes you want to go back to the exact moments of a meeting to get down to the details, we understand. That's why you can now view the transcripts of your meetings right inside jamie. You still get the summaries you love while getting the chance to review specific details. Kinda like the best of both worlds.
You asked for it, we (finally) built it. After weeks of trying to get headphone mode on mac to work (which was harder than we anticipated), we are delighted to announce that an implementation is now live in the product. As there are still some edge cases where headphone mode on macOS does not work as expected, we released this in beta for now. If there is anything you notice, please drop us a message any time.
We are excited to finally ship speaker memory to jamie. This means that jamie will automatically remember the names of the people you identified in earlier meetings and automatically pre-fills their names. Hopefully this saves you some time here and there ⏱️.
The output you want to get out of a meeting can vary significantly from meeting to meeting. This is why we added a selection screen to so you can quickly decide whether you want notes, executive summary, or action items. jamie automatically remembers your preferences for the next time you are in a meeting. Action items are in beta for now as we are looking for ways to improve the accuracy of the extraction.
Despite jamie already providing impressive summaries in some scenarios, we often got the feedback from our users that the quality of summaries could be improved. Hence, we started to work on ways to improve the quality of summaries. One of the core elements we believe will have a tremendous impact on the quality of summaries is identifying who is saying what. With this release, we are excited to ship the first implementation of speaker diarization. This allows us to detect different speakers in a meeting based on their voice. This way, the transcripts we use for the generation of summaries are much more structured.
We all know that most of us are using headphones while being in calls. That's why we are excited to ship headphone mode to jamie with this release. This allows jamie to capture the system audio output together with the microphone. This way, you can finally start using jamie even if you are using headphones. We start off by shipping this to Windows and will add it to macOS soon.