Turns long podcasts into quick summaries, finds specific info, highlights key points, and suggests new episodes.
ShowNotes plugin is a versatile tool that can summarize long podcasts into brief summaries and highlights key points. The plugin can efficiently locate and present specific information according to the user's request. It can deliver speaker-specific content and identify trending themes across multiple podcast transcripts. Additionally, it communicates with the API to propose podcast episodes based on a user's topical interest and offers a general breakdown of the transcript for a better understanding of the episode's content. ShowNotes has three endpoints, allowing users to return a transcript from the Shownotes app, find related YouTube shows and return the transcript of a YouTube video using the specified video ID.
Learn how to use shownotes effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "Can you provide a summary of the latest podcast episode?"
Prompt 2: "I'm looking for specific information about AI advancements from a podcast episode."
Prompt 3: "Can you identify the key points or highlights from the podcast episode?"
Prompt 4: "Can you recommend podcast episodes related to climate change?"
Prompt 5: "Can you segment the content by specific speakers?"
Prompt 6: "Can you analyze multiple podcast transcripts to identify recurring themes?"
Prompt 7: "Can you provide a general breakdown of the podcast episode's content?"
Features and commands
|This endpoint returns the transcript of a podcast episode from the Shownotes app for the specified show. You need to provide the show name.|
|This endpoint returns a list of three candidate YouTube shows related to the specified show from YouTube. The video IDs returned by this endpoint can be used in the |
|This endpoint returns the transcript of a YouTube video using the specified video ID. This endpoint can be used if a video ID is specified. If the full URL of a YouTube link is provided, only send the 11-character video ID to this endpoint.|