Another function that I often use is DingTalk's [Take Document]; when I used DingTalk to scan the code to log in, I noticed the function of taking a document. I thought about it, is it also a document to shoot a book?
Converting the paragraphs of the paper book into text is my pain point. I usually have a lot of reading and need to take reading notes, but how to solve the problem of the efficiency of notes, I have been looking for a solution.
Now I use DingTalk to convert the book into text to take notes, which has become my most commonly used scene; when I see a wonderful paragraph, I directly shoot the document + copy + send it to myself, the whole process is smooth, and the note-taking efficiency is greatly increased.
For example, when I saw this wonderful text, I took the document and got the text version of the paper book: The fundamental thing to solve a problem is the ability to think logically. However, since most people have not developed the habit of logical thinking, they lack ideas that can solve problems.
DingTalk’s Docs has also changed my reading habits. Docs supports text recognition of up to 9 pictures, which is enough for me to read a chapter of a book; my current habit is to take a snapshot of the essence while reading. , and then continue reading; then after I finish reading the entire chapter, I will take the document and get the text version to write reading notes.
So my reading habit has changed from reading and memorizing to chapter review. I can still pause in the chapter to do a chapter review and reflection, which is surprisingly efficient and high-quality.
Also, does the verification code count as a document? It's okay, can Dingding recognize the verification code? Out of curiosity, I also tried Dingding's ability to shoot documents, and after a little experimentation, I found that the recognition country email list quality was okay.