Getting Started

Getting Started with Skribe

Your Guide to Creating an Account


Welcome, and thank you for deciding to use Skribe as a platform harnesses the power of AI to provide fast, accurate transcriptions, making it an indispensable tool for professionals in today's fast-paced world.

Creating a Skribe account is simple, and we'll help guide you through the steps to get you up and running. Whether you need to transcribe a deposition or other important media, Skribe is here to deliver.

If you are starting a Free Trial, you'll be able to upload a maximum of 30 minutes of content, giving you a taste of the AI generated Rough transcription service offered by Skribe. If you wish to leverage more features, you can then upgrade to a full account, accessing a firm's library and scheduling live events.

 

1. Access the Skribe.ai website and click on the login option. From there, choose to create a new account.

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2. Provide your email address and create a secure password.

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3. Check your email that will containing the activation code for your account.

 

4. Enter the activation code sent to your email address.

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5.  Upon successfully activating your account, you will gain immediate access to your Skribe account.

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  • After creating your account, you will see a welcome video, transcript, and clip to get you started.
  • You can upload a file to the library, and experience the AI transcription service offered by Skribe.
  • In the trial state, you have a maximum of 30 minutes worth of content to upload in your library.

 

To gain the ability to schedule a deposition and access your Firm's library, upgrading to a Paid Account is necessary.

To do so: 
Click on the blue banner 

Click on Agreed to be Billed

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6. Please reach out to support@skribe.ai and provide your email address associated with your account if your firm is using Skribe to connect to their group library.

 

7. Once you receive confirmation from Skribe Support, you will be able to begin scheduling your depositions and accessing your firm's library.


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