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How to View Google Call Screen Transcripts after Call Ends

In a new update, users have started receiving the option to see and save Google Call Screen transcripts directly on their Pixel smartphones. Basically, Call Screen allows for Google Assistant to take and respond to calls in order to check who is calling and why, all through AI and no user input. The new addition is, now, users can also see transcripts of the call afterwards rather than them disappearing. Before, users were only be able to see a real-time transcript of how the caller responded and after the call ended, the transcript disappeared. However, with the latest update, these transcripts can be saved as per user discretion.

This feature is not supporting third-party call recording and screen recording apps. The reason behind this is that these apps will interfere with the function of the feature itself. It remains unclear how widely Call Screen transcripts is being rolled out, but Pixel owners may check by using the “screen call” option for an incoming call, then going through the process of retrieving the transcripts. If you are one of the lucky ones, you can always check this feature on an incoming call.

View Call Screen Transcripts - Google Call Screen

The purpose of Call Screen is to stop users from wasting time picking up calls from unknown numbers. The saved transcripts will make it easier for users to look back and remember if they made the right choice in answering a call.

Users are also allowed to give feedback about the Call Screen feature. Google has also mentioned the devices on which it is rolling out. Unfortunately, the company did not include the Google Pixel and Pixel XL in their list. This can also be from a business point of view.

Google said:

“Call Screen is only available to English speakers in the United States who have Pixel 2, 2 XL, 3, or 3XL devices. If you don’t see Call Screen in the Phone app’s settings, it’s not available yet.”

How to Access Google Call Screen Transcript after Ending Call

If you have received this feature on your Google Pixel device then follow the steps below to access this feature.

Step 1 – You’ll of course first need to screen an incoming call.

Step 2 – Now, when the call is ended, go to your recent calls and select call details

Step 3 – Under the call details you will see a small note “See Transcript” tap on it and it will show you the transcript of that call.

If you have received this new feature on your Google Pixel device then tell us how this is working out for you by dropping a comment below.