In this article, let’s explore what voice commands are and how to use them along with popular project management tools. We will show how to setup voice commands on Asana.
Here’s what we'll cover:
What are voice commands?
- Within your Fireflies topic tracker, you will find a default topic created by Fireflies (under My Topics).
- You’ll also find many related action-oriented words or keywords like “create a task” or “remind me” etc.
This default topic is called voice commands. Here’s how they’re useful.
- During your call, you can use the voice command keyword “remind me” and trigger Fireflies to schedule a follow-up task with the client on Fri, 6 PM.
- After the call, Fireflies will automatically create a task on any of these popular project management tools you’ve integrated with. Here’s a screenshot of a task created on Asana.
Related article: How to use Topic trackers to trigger integrations
How to Edit Voice Commands?
- Just like any other topic, you can edit the default voice commands. Hover your cursor over the voice commands and click on the edit button
- You can then edit the voice command title
- Add custom action words within your voice command and click on Save
- Just like other topic trackers, you can use voice commands to filter out transcripts based on the keywords you’ve included e.g “remind me”
- You can also use voice commands to create tasks on Asana or other popular project management tools.
Related Article: How to set up Fireflies to track custom topics during your calls
How to use voice commands to create tasks in Asana?
- First, integrate your Asana account with Fireflies. You can refer to how to integrate Asana with Fireflies article to know the exact steps.
Here’s how you can use the power of voice commands to create tasks in Asana:
- Login to your Asana account and create a project
- Click on the scheduled meeting on Fireflies and create a meeting
Related article: How to configure Fireflies meeting auto-join settings
- Join the meeting from the calendar
- Allow Fireflies to the meeting and simply use the voice commands to create your task. For example, let’s use the command: “remind me”
Related article: How to invite Fireflies to your meetings
- After the call is complete, you can go back to your specific list within Asana and be able to see the task created
- You’ll also find the link to the meeting transcript and audio within the task description.
- Other Project management integrations can be configured in a similar manner to create tasks based on keywords mentioned as part of the configured topics
- You can do a similar setup for the Slack integration which will send a message every time keywords associated with the selected topics are mentioned in your meetings.
If you've any specific questions related to using voice commands or topic trackers, feel free to reach us out at firstname.lastname@example.org