Uploading a recording to Upheal

Add older or in-person session recordings to Upheal.

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Written by Juraj Chrappa
Updated over a week ago

You can upload independently recorded sessions or dictated notes to Upheal and still get all of Upheal’s AI-supported benefits, including a transcript, session notes, and analytical insights.

While you can use our Audio recorder to capture in-person sessions or the Upheal browser extension to capture sessions held on any calling platform in your web browser, we know recordings can still be helpful. You might choose to upload recordings if you don’t have an internet connection where you hold your sessions, or if you’d like to process sessions you held before having Upheal. You can also upload recordings from your mobile device.

Uploading a recording

  1. From your Upheal dashboard, click Upload recording, and select the client.

    Or, from a client's page, click Upload recording.

  2. Select the session type. Choose a regular session type, or dictated notes.

  3. Name the session, select the date, and choose the note type.

  4. Select the file to upload. Either drag and drop your file in from another window, or click Upload from a device to browse your files.

  5. Click Create session.

7. Your session will take a few minutes to process, and then your transcript, notes, and insights will be available.

What types of files can I upload?

Upheal accepts audio and video files with the file extensions .ogm, .wmv, .mpg, .webm, .ogv, .mov, .asx, .mpeg, .mp4, .avi, .opus, .flac, .weba, .wav, .ogg, .m4a, .oga, .mid, .mp3, .mp4, and .caf.

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