People without the mote extension will see a comment box that looks something like this:
They may also receive an email notification, with a link to the comment, that may look like this:
When they click on that link they'll be taken to a page that looks like this:
Once they install the mote extension, your friends and colleagues will see your voice motes render in Google Docs and Google Slides, just like this one:
One final important thing to note: when you edit the transcript, it is immediately updated everywhere. This significantly reduces the risk of the other person seeing the transcript before you've had a chance to edit it. We understand that some people would still prefer the option to preview before posting, and we're looking into ways to support that.
My students can see regular text comments but nothing appears when I leave a voice comment. There isn't even a comment with a link. Nothing. Literally nothing shows on their end. Please help. They do use chrome browser but do not have the mote extension. According to this article, they shouldn't need it. So what is going on here?
On the landing page, the teacher's full name is posted along with a voice sample of their voice. Some teachers are not happy with this, as voice may well be used for biometric security systems elsewhere,
What measures do you have in place to stop this landing page from being viewable by anyone other than the intended recepient?
Hi Leslie - sorry to ask the obvious...but are you definitely clicking 'Comment' or 'Reply' once you've created your voice notes? If not...they won't be saved.
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