The footnotes feature allows you to make timestamped notes while recording. These footnotes are only visible to you as the host and are not visible to any guests.
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Why Use Footnotes?
Adding footnotes while recording allows you to:
Keep track of edits that need to be made to your podcast after recording.
Mark instances of great content such as good quotes or interesting stories that you want to easily find later.
Any use you can think of where an internal, timestamped note would be helpful.
On the Recording Page, click Footnotes or press the F key on your keyboard.
Type your footnote.
Press the Enter or Return button on your keyboard.
Result: The footnote will appear in the footnotes section with an hour (h), minute (m), second (s) timestamp for when in the recording it was added. If you add a footnote before you start the recording, the timestamp will be 0h 0m 0s.
When you stop the recording, footnotes become available to download.
On the Recording Page, click Footnotes.
Click Download and the footnotes will download to your computer as a text (.txt) file.