When many people think of digital recorders, they think of those heavy and bulky old fashioned machines that were popular during the 1970s and 1980s. The newest designs are now so lightweight that you can easily slip one in your computer bag or purse without it weighing you down. If you think that you won't use a recorder, check out some great ways people use these recorders every day.
Record Notes in School
Whether you enroll full time in a local college, or you take a class at the local vocational school or learning annex, a digital recorder will come in handy. The battery life on these devices is so long that you can record multiple classes without draining the power. Once you get home, you can listen to the lectures and classes you recorded to pick up on things you missed in the classroom.
Keep Track of To Do ListsAre you tired of seeing sticky notes all over your house to remind you of the different things you need to do every day? Maybe you plan to set up alerts and alarms on your cell phone but forget a few minutes later. With voice recorders, you can now create multiple to do lists and reminders in seconds. One touch of a button turns the recorder on, and you can use the other buttons on the front and sides to fast forward and rewind your messages or erase messages once you complete those tasks.
Monitor Business Meetings
There is nothing worse than leaving a business meeting and realizing that you forgot the duties your boss just assigned you. Asking for clarification may make you look bad, and you don't want to let your coworkers know that you missed valuable information. Digital voice recorders let you record all your meetings, including important meetings with your boss and appointments with your clients. Some of the newest recorders can even record content when left in your pocket or bag. Whether you're a student, work in an office or need some help keeping track of your thoughts, a digital recorder can help.