Jiminny announces Google Meet integration

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After announcing our integration with Microsoft Teams last week, we are pleased to announce that we our integration with Google Meets is available for all Jiminny customers. 

In addition to Zoom and MS Teams, you can now record, transcribe and analyze all of your Google Meet calls and meetings directly via Jiminny.

Our existing integrations with CRM solutions enable our users to log all interactions from Google Meet to your CRM in an instant, two-way sync. 

Jiminny's AI notetaker records meetings directly via Google Meet providing enhanced video quality with full host control to stop the recording and allow users to manage consent and privacy preferences.

We will continue to expand our partnerships and integrations to create a seamless and insightful platform for our users. More details on our existing integrations can be found here.

In a typical one-hour conversation, there are over 6,000 words spoken. Jiminny captures every word without you lifting a finger. We highlight key aspects of your conversations such as questions asked, competitor mentions and action items.

We continue to make it easy to review your calls and meetings with timestamped notes, a searchable transcript and our Themes feature which automatically highlights key topics from every conversation. 

Tom Lavery, CEO of Jiminny, said: "After announcing MS Teams last week, it's great to see we're able to release integration to Google Meet so quickly. We work so hard as a team, from customer success to engineering to make sure we're doing everything we can for our clients. We're going to continue to build a tool that empowers our clients to build smarter sales teams." 

If you're an existing customer and would like to add Google Meet to your existing integrations, you can find out more from our Knowledge Base article here.

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