Grain (video conference company)

Grain (video conference company)

Grain is a video conferencing software company that can transcribe calls and take time-stamped notes.

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Edits on 5 Nov, 2020
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Grain is a video conferencing software company based out of San Francisco, California. The software can replay past video calls, has integrated scheduling, and can transcribe calls if needed. It was founded in 2018 by Mike Adams and Jake Adams.

Grain offers users the ability to tag the recorded videos. The tagged videos can be searched and Grain allows users to set privacy permissions for tagged videos for a shared library. These videos can also be shared over Slack, Notion, Coda, and Google Slides. The company also offers a desktop notepad for users to take notes and collaborate as notes which can bookmark moments from a video call and share those same moments.

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