Top 8 AI Meeting Tools You Need to Try

April 12, 2023
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Top 8 AI Meeting Tools You Need to Try
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Have you noticed a rise of notetakers and recorders joining your meetings? These are AI meeting assistants that are making their users’ lives a lot easier:

  • Accurate transcription for you to review the whole conversation
  • Video recordings so you can rewatch presentations
  • Summaries that you can conveniently read in minutes
  • Sharing snippets of the conversations to others

We have compiled 8 excellent tools that will help you reap these benefits.

1. Wudpecker

Wudpecker front page

Wudpecker is a completely free AI meeting tool, with a range of features that assists you throughout your meeting lifecycle. Wudpecker does so by having premade meeting templates for users to steer the meeting agenda, ranging from internal 1:1s to customer conversations.


  • Offers chatGPT-powered summaries and transcripts, making it easy to review meetings and find important insights quickly.
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GPT-powered summary with the ability to edit
  • Supports 100+ languages
  • Has a dynamic multi-language detection so different languages can be spoken and the transcript recognizes it
  • Records calls for later reference and sharing with remote team members
  • Provides ready-made templates or the option to create custom templates for note-taking
  • Has an intuitive note-taking interface that suggests bullets, headings, and questions as you type
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Ability to import templates from Wudpecker's library to steer meetings
  • Allows users to create snippets from recordings, making it easy to share important sections of a meeting with others
  • Recognizes speakers during the meeting and separates their dialogue in the transcript, making it easy to follow along and attribute comments to the correct person
  • User-friendly and easy to onboard
  • Can be used for meetings on Zoom, Teams, and Google Meet
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Wudpecker's notetaker can join  Zoom, Teams, and Google Meet
  • Includes time markers in the transcript, allowing users to jump to specific parts of the recording with ease.
  • Provides quick access to the recording and transcript after the meeting for efficient review and analysis.
  • Offers a FREE version with all the features


  • Not for users who doesn’t want a notetaker in the call


  • Wudpecker is completely free for individuals to record unlimited meetings

2. front page is a meeting recorder tool that focuses on sharing the meeting highlights to teammates. Grain’s main features include:

  • Allows sharing of insightful snippets with stakeholders
  • Suitable for busy product managers and user researchers


  • Great UI for creating snippets and sharing
  • Live transcription
  • Video ready almost instantly after the conversation
  • Integrates with popular platforms like Slack, Zapier


  • 50 meeting limit for Free version
  • No custom vocabulary


  • Grain has a limited free plan, and the paid plan is $20/user/month

3. Otter

Otter front page is an established player in the transcription niche. You can count on Otter’s reliability.


  • Real-time transcription during meetings
  • Customizable and editable transcriptions with time markers and highlights
  • Integration with popular apps like Zoom, Dropbox, and Microsoft Teams
  • Ability to share transcriptions with team members for collaboration
  • AI-powered features like speaker identification and keyword search
  • Works with Google Meet, Zoom and Teams
  • Learns custom vocabulary


  • No video recording
  • No templates
  • No intuitive interface for notetaking
  • Only supports English (U.S. and U.K.) and regional accents
  • Limited free version


  • Otter starts at $16/user/month


Fireflies front page is a tool that helps your team record, transcribe, search, and analyze voice conversations.


  • Integrates with a variety of platforms and tools
  • AI-powered transcription and summary features
  • Analyzes data of interactions
  • Customizable workflows and automation
  • AI-chatbot helping in tasks


  • No templates
  • No intuitive interface for notetaking


  • Fireflies has a limited free plan, and pro plan starts at $17/user/month

5. Tl;dv

tl;dv front page

tl;dv is a tool with a quirky name that stands for “too long; didn’t video”. They have a great presence on TikTok, but before we go there, let’s dive into its features.


  • Tl;dv simplifies recording, transcribing, summarizing, and capturing key moments from meetings.
  • The Free Plan offers unlimited recordings and access to various features without any cost.
  • Compatibility with Google Meet and Zoom makes it easy to capture virtual meetings.
  • Transcription feature supports over 20 languages for added convenience.
  • Users can set timestamps, highlights, create and share clips, and automate the recording process.


  • No templates
  • No intuitive interface for notetaking


  • tl;dv has a free plan, and a Teams plan that is $20/user/month

6. Meetjamie

Meetjamie front page is a AI-powered audio recorder that runs as an application on your computer, instead of sending a bot in.


  • Available in 15 languages (including accents)
  • Have AI summaries
  • Focus on great meeting notes and action items instead of long meeting transcripts
  • Works on all meeting platforms
  • Meeting highlight


  • No video recording
  • No templates
  • No intuitive interface for notetaking
  • No notetaker joining your call to signal to participants that the call is being recorded
  • Has to be installed as an application on your computer

7. Fathom

Fathom front page

Fathom is a Zoom-only AI meeting tool. With Zoom itself backing the tool, power-users of this platform can be guaranteed with a great user experience.


  • Seamlessly integrates into Zoom and can be used to generate great transcripts
  • Fathom is currently completely free for individuals
  • Highlights questions during the conversation


  • No automatic AI meeting notes or summaries
  • Only available for Zoom


  • Fathom has a free plan, and a Teams Edition plan.

8. Avoma

Avoma front page

Avoma offers AI meeting notes as part of a more comprehensive sales intelligence tool.

Avoma's main features are:

  • Scheduling, Agenda Templates and collaboration
  • Automatic video and audio recording and transcription
  • Live bookmarking during your calls, so you can remember what was important


  • Ability to track keywords across different calls
  • Snippet can be created from meetings
  • Integration into CRMs for sales professionals to share information


  • Focus lies on transcription and analysis of conversations rather than providing AI driven meeting notes and summaries of what has been mentioned
  • Avoma only supports English
  • No intuitive interface for notetaking


  • Avoma has a few plans starting from free to $79/user/month

Still struggling to decide the best tool for you?

When deciding which one to go for, it's important to check a few things:

  • Do I want to run meetings with clear agenda?
  • Do I want video recording as well?
  • Do I want quality summary?
  • What are my language requirements?

Meeting agenda template

If you want to have not just the meeting summary, but a tool where you can also plan your agenda, then only Wudpecker currently has the functionality.

Video recording

Some tools only focus on audio recording, like Otter or Jaime. But if you want to get the reaction of participants, then go for:

  • Wudpecker
  • Grain
  • Fathom
  • Avoma
  • tl;dv
  • Fireflies

Quality summary

All of these tools have developed their model for summary. To really assess the quality, you would have to try for yourself. Wudpecker leverages directly the well-known GPT model. So you can count on the quality of the summary.


Some tools like Otter go really deep into English and the customization of the vocabulary. But then if you have a multi-lingual team or if you are multi-lingual yourself, then you might want to try:

  • Wudpecker (30+ languages including Arabic, Bulgarian, Bengali, Bosnian, Cantonese, Croatian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Mandarin, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Vietnamese, Turkish, and more).
  • Wudpecker can also detect and transcribe multiple language in the same meeitng.
  • Meetjamie (15+ languages including English, German, Spanish, French, Italien, Portuguese, and Dutch)


Hopefully, this article has shed some more light on the state of AI meeting tools for you. Go ahead and try out the ultimate AI assistant that will supercharge you meeting productivity!

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