You can export conversations, including any shared with you, as a text file. By exporting your conversations, you can use it in another service, such as for closed captions or sending it as an email.
You have the following options you can export, in addition to your conversation transcript:
- Export Takeaways
- Export conversation audio
- Export only highlights
- Export your conversation as an SRT file for closed captioning and subtitles
Export to text
Note: Users on the free Basic plan can only export as a TXT file. To access all export file format options and settings, upgrade to a paid plan.
- Navigate to the conversation you want to export.
- Click the 3 dots in the upper and then click Export.
- Choose the file format for the text:
- CLIPBOARD copies the text to your computer's clipboard.
- TXT is a standard text document that contains unformatted text.
- DOCX creates a Microsoft Word document.
- PDF creates a portable document format (PDF) document.
SRT extracts the text and their timings to a SubRip Subtitle format text file, which can be imported into a video file for subtitles and captions. This format is widely used to export captions to YouTube.
Choose how to name the exported file and any additional export options. A preview of the exported text is shown below the options.
- Show speaker names
- Show timestamps
- Show highlights
- Show images
- Combine paragraphs of the same speaker
- Combine all paragraphs in to one
Remove Otter branding (available for TXT and CLIPBOARD formats)
- Click Export.
Note: Learn how to bulk export your conversations, audio, and Takeaways on our Business and Enterprise-only feature.