As a researcher, I’ve found great value in using Figjam as a virtual whiteboard to conduct qualitative analysis much like I would with a physical whiteboard. However, it’s still tedious and time-intensive to go back through my research session notes and transcripts, copy and paste discrete quotes or insights onto stickies, and then group them.
So I had a thought: what if Figjam were able to transcribe audio from a recording, detect different speakers, and automatically create post-it notes for me? I’d dramatically increase my use of Figjam if that were possible.
This idea could be extended beyond qualitative research analysis to help in team planning discussions and workshops, or to help attendees of a talk capture and organize the main takeaways.