Speech recognition (SR) must be enabled for you (e.g. by your manager).

You can then use SR via the web or desktop application with an internal or external microphone.

Below we are offering you a short support video on how to dictate documents and a step-by-step guide:

1) Support video

2) Step by step

Web application

  1. Go to https://tpro.io/signin and log in with your T-Pro credentials.

  2. You want to create a new task - click on the Create task icon at the bottom of the screen.

3. Enter all data required in the Edit task information window and click on UPDATE.

➢ The next window displays the document template for your new task.

At the bottom of the page is the speech recognition tool.

NOTE:​ To start the speech recognition tool you need to allow the app to access the

microphone of your computer.

4. Place the cursor in a text field, e.g. [INSERT] for the main text body.

Then click on the microphone icon in the bottom left corner to start dictating.

There are some standard rules for the dictation process you need to apply to receive the best results:

➢ Speak clearly at a normal speed.

➢ Try not to hesitate, mumble or repeat yourself.

➢ Punctuation has to be spoken.

See http://help.tpro.io/en/articles/3671795-speech-recognition-guidelines-and-commands for further information.

5. Use the command "Go to next field" to navigate the cursor with your voice. Otherwise just place the cursor manually using the mouse in the next field.

6. You can manually change or correct the text by typing or leave it as is and use one of the options to further process the task:

Delete - discards task and returns user to live task screen.

Keep as WIP - saves the task in drafts for future editing.

Send to Editor - sends task to pending status in normal dictation workflow.

Finalise - skips any normal typing workflow steps, digitally signs document and sends for printing/export.

If you have any more queries, please do not hesitate to contact our Helpdesk or

support@tpro.ie​.

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