Save up to 40 minutes per interview
Focus on candidates
Our AI notetaker helps you transcribe your interview and take notes so you can focus on the candidate.
Save time, avoid scheduling
Share notes, transcriptions, or interview clips so your team can review candidates asynchronously.
Make smarter hiring decisions
Search your transcripts for evidence of key skills so hiring decisions are based on fact.
Talent Acquisition Leader
“I LOVE this platform. I talk to several candidates on a daily basis, and this has saved me so much time. I can’t imagine going back to taking my own notes.”
Intelligent notes, transcription, and video recording
Use your existing video platform — no integrations needed.
01 Connect your calendar
Our AI notetaker joins any meetings with "interview" in the title
Enable auto record so you never miss notes for any interview.
02 Launch live notepad
See all your questions and mark critical moments with a single click
One-click notes help you stay focused and engaged with candidates. All of your notes can be exported to share with an ATS or colleagues.
03 Share and score
Get sharable video and transcripts for each question and answer
Hireguide organizes your transcripts and recordings by each interview question and candidate response, making it easy to score and share insights with your team.
04 Generate AI notes
Summarize your interview notes
Select from topics to summarize and get a first draft of notes and candidate summary.
Even more reasons to invite the AI interview assistant.
05 Searchable transcripts
Automatically search the real conversation to review and score
With AI, it’s easy to review the transcript for skill-based topics. Score focus areas or responses based on the candidate’s exact words — not your memory.
06 Interview insights
Get personalized insights on your interviews
Get tips to improve your interviews with insights like listening ratio, speaking pace, and more.
Chief Technology Officer
“AI’s exciting place in hiring is to support managers to run a better process and make better decisions. It’s not ready to evaluate candidates.”