Changes in Version 3.6.0 – Standard, Audio and Capture Buttons

In the latest version of LectureMonkey the “Record” button now has a related menu with Standard and Audio options.IMG_1525 The “Standard” option works same as before – automatically recording a lecture’s audio, presentation and boards. “Audio” will default to  audio capture mode. You can add images by picking up your phone in landscape and pointing it the board or using the camera icon. You can also add comments by typing and pressing send, like a sending a text to the recording to make it easy to find things later. If you  are registered and make the lecture “public”  or “university” share level, classmates can also join a recording and add their comments, images and audio – creating a great shared, collaborative resource for everyone’s benefit. IMG_1526 Capture mode is really just a shortcut to audio recording. It starts recording immediately (without asking for a lecture and course name) – and uses the time and place as the default name.

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About Jacob Ukelson

blog (mostly) about my work and technology. So far I have been lucky enough to have been working on things I consider fun and with really top notch people. I have worked in both large companies (IBM) and small companies (ActionBase, ConicIT, Dapper, eXeedTechnologies). eXeed was establish to remedy a failure of the VC model in Israel – most VCs were monetary investors, but most companies needed not just money – they needed operational and business guidance. That is what we provide at eXeed – not just an investment but also our time and skills as seasoned software executives. I have taken on various titles – CTO, VP Products, VP BizDev – but throughout my career a constant focus has been on technologymarket fit, aka customer development. Unique breakthrough technology is a start, but the product must solve real business problems. It needs to be something customers can understand, relate to and will want to buy. I have been doing this for 20 years for software products in companies both large and small.
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