You can find the full guide on how to use AGI here - Full Guide - How to Use AGI - The Virtual Assistant Dashboard App
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How to create action items during a meeting
AGI can pick up on tasks based on specific trigger words. Try saying things like “Agi, create a task for Bob to fix the bug by next week”, or “Create a task for Alice to analyze sales data from July”.
These tasks will be automatically picked up, created, and synced with your monday.com board of choice.
When you first sign into the Dashboard on monday.com, you will be asked to choose a default board. This is where tasks will automatically be created unless specified otherwise (learn more below).
Insights Policy Engine
You can set certain policies for insights to be synced into monday.com based on parameters
Settings Tab and Action Items Trigger Words - Quick Guide
To create tasks in monday.com, you must first configure a default board. To do this, navigate to the board you want to be your default in monday.com and look for a number in the URL field at the top of your browser. Copy it and paste it into the Default board field.
Trigger Words Edittor
You can view the default trigger words by editing the smart text configuration editor in the Virtual Assistant Settings section of the Admin Portal (soon coming to the Dashboard App itself)
These are the default values:
You can configure trigger words to create tasks at different confidence levels. For example, you can set High and Medium confidence words to be automatically created as tasks and Low only to be suggested.
Prefixes and Implicit Phrases
There are two types of trigger words - Prefix and Implicit.
There are two types of trigger words - Prefix and Implicit.
Prefixes are simple phrases you can use to trigger insight creation. For example, if you want to create a task, the phrase "Create a task" will not be a part of the task at all-rather it will trigger an action item
Implicit phrases can trigger insight creation, and the phrase will be a part of the insight - for example, “Follow up with” will trigger an action item and the phrase will be a part of the task.
Default High-Confidence Trigger Words
By default, high-confidence trigger words include “AGI” and its variations, and the word “Please”.
If you say “Bob, please fix the bug by next week”, a task will be created for Bob, titled “Fix the bug”, and the due date will be automatically set to one week later.
If you say “Agi, create a task for Bob to fix the bug by next week”, a task will be created for Bob, titled “Fix the bug” and the due date will be automatically set to a later.
You can define the text analysis confidence level for suggested and created tasks in the settings.
High - will only use high-confidence words
High, Medium - will use both high and medium-confidence words
High, Medium, Low - will use all confidence-level words.
Text Analysis Confidence Level - the confidence level AGI will use to suggest tasks when analyzing a meeting.
Confidence level for creating tasks directly from transcript - the confidence level AGI will accept to automatically create tasks directly in your task management system from a meeting transcript.
Confidence level for creating tasks directly from chat - the confidence level AGI will accept to automatically create tasks directly in your task management system from a chat conversation
AGAT Software Development created AGI, the AI Virtual Assistant to make your life easier!
Before you dive into the world of AGI, let's take a moment to explore how it operates and how you can make the most of its "powers"!
How can I activate AGI?
That's the easy part - all you have to do is record the meeting and ensure the transcript is active.
AGI performs its magic by utilizing the transcript of the meeting. If you want to have the transcript, recording, and meeting highlights all in one convenient, efficient location, simply record the meeting!
How does AGI pick up phrases? Do I have to say something specific?
At AGAT, we've put in a lot of effort and passion to create two easy ways to activate AGI.
The other method is called implicit mode, where you don't even need to remember that the assistant exists! You can continue with your daily routine and meetings, and AGI will be working in the background. It will identify trigger words that you can add to, like specific words you use to summarize your meetings. AGI will catch it and do its magic! For example, if you like to summarize your meetings in a certain way, you can add it to the list of trigger words and AGI will catch it.
What highlights does the assistant capture?
Highlights include the following:
Don't forget, you'll have access to the recording, transcripts, and all the participants in one convenient location!
AGI has the following components:
List of meetings
List of chats
Meeting / Chat insights
List of meetings
Note: while the Admin App gets access to all meeting recordings and data within the organization (where AGI was present), each user can only see meetings they were a part of.
This page will show the user all the meetings he has attended with a link to open the meeting insights page
List of Chat:
This page shows the user the list of chats and the tasks detected in them with a link to open the chat insights page.
Meeting/ Chat insights
This part contains several sections about meeting insights as below:
And the heart is in the action items:
Insights in Depth
See important information related to a meeting on the Assistant’s page! The info page gives you the following information:
Meeting`s start Time.
Duration of Meeting.
Number of Participants.
You can now access the transcript and recording with ease. Not only that, but you also get to enjoy speaker identification and the option to jump to any moment in the recording just by clicking on it in the transcript. Plus, the transcript and recording are placed side by side, making it super easy to follow along.
Navigate to the agenda Tab and see what the Agenda for the meeting was.
A great example of how to use AGI's Agenda feature is saying “AGI, the agenda for this meeting is 1…2…3…” and it will capture that!
If you head over to the summary tab in AGI's portal, you'll get two awesome benefits. Firstly, you'll be able to see the basic summary that AGI captures. You can easily activate this by chatting with AGI directly and asking for a summary of the meeting.
The best part is that AGI can generate an AI-generated summary as well! This summary is perfect for those who couldn't attend the meeting or those who need a quick refresher. AGI creates both a short and long summary, so you can choose which one works best for you. Give it a try and let AGI help you out whenever you need it most!
Imagine you're in a meeting with your team and you assign tasks to each person. After a few weeks, you realize that one task was forgotten. It happens to the best of us! But with AGI, you can integrate it with your task management system to ensure that every task is accounted for. So you won't have to worry about anything slipping through the cracks.
You can also reject tasks, edit before approval and even post for discussion in the Chat!
Navigate to the “Decisions” tab in the portal, and there you will see all of the decisions that were stated in the meeting, for example, “AGI, Please create a decision that we are replacing a few lines of code in our software”. AGI of course will pick this up and you can then view them in the dedicated “Decisions” tab.
Creating notes is just as simple as the other tabs. All you have to do is tell AGI, “Hey AGI, can you create a note that…” and voila! You can easily access all of your notes in the designated “Notes” section on the portal. Plus, you can share them with your team for feedback and discussion in the chat. It's a breeze!
Sentiment Analysis is one of AGI's strongest features. It gives you an overall score on how the meeting went and a percentage of how positive, neutral, or negative the communication was. Using sentiment analysis is a great way to gather feedback and determine if there are any issues. It's possible that your customers aren't responding well to your sales pitch, or you may want to check in on your employees' morale, especially when it comes to those lengthy and mundane tasks. Either way, sentiment analysis can help you get a better understanding of how people are feeling.
If you're wondering about where to find Sentiment Analysis, it's actually available in a couple of places. Firstly, you can check it out next to the transcript - just look out for the green symbol for positive communication and the red symbol for negative communication. Alternatively, you can find it on the Sentiment Analysis Tab where you'll be able to see the spread of sentiments throughout the entire meeting. For a more detailed view, just head over to the SphereShield portal and click on AI Sentiments.
You can Visit this webpage here https://agatsoftware.com/Virtual-Assistant/ and learn more about the assistant and what it can do! You can also contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you out!
AGI short actions
If you want to stop receiving notifications from AGI or start receiving them again, simply write to AGI: