You can ask Otter Chat a question or prompt anytime during the live meeting or post-meeting, as well as for any imported files.
Asking Otter Chat a question
- Navigate to the conversation.
- Click the Otter Chat tab in the Takeaways panel on the right side.
- To get started, select any of the suggested prompts or click into the field to begin typing your own prompt. Begin typing @otter to start your prompt.
Tip: You can use @otter, Otter, Hey otter, or Hi otter at the beginning of your prompt. Learn more about Using Otter Chat..
- Click Enter/Return or the Send icon to submit your prompt to Otter Chat.
- Otter will begin generating a response.
Note: At this time, the output of the response will be limited to ~750 words.
Otter Chat prompt examples
Try out some of the prompts below or create your own prompt to ask Otter Chat. We recommend being detailed and specific when writing your prompt. If the response does not quite answer your question, you can ask Otter Chat to rephrase or provide more details. Otter Chat will use previous questions you asked in that conversation to build upon a new response.
- @otter Summarize the meeting into key topics, add a timestamp for each topic, and summarize each topic into 3-5 bullet points.
- Hey Otter What were the key concerns raised, by who, and what was the resolution for each if discussed?
- Otter Summarize the following meeting with a short paragraph, then list the decisions and actions in separate bullet point lists.
- Hi Otter Please summarize the key points and decisions made during the business meeting. Include information about any action items or next steps that were discussed.
- Hey Otter Draft an email summary of the meeting listing specific action items and who they are assigned to.
- @otter Write structured meeting minutes for this call.
- Hi Otter Please summarize the interviewers' questions and the interviewee’s answers to each.