The BBC has revealed a “catch” record card which lets employees get caught up in the moment and can be used to “recapture” recorded conversations.
The new device is designed to be “just like a conversation”, it said.
In its launch video, the BBC said: “You can capture all your phone calls, text messages and emails with this record card.
It has a microphone, an audio recorder and a built-in recorder.
It can record audio and video, even when it’s recording something that is not recorded by the recorder.”
The recorder captures conversations that are not recorded on your device and is not shared with anyone.
The catch record is a “simple and secure way to capture a conversation”. “
You will be able to choose your favourite recordings from your catch record cards,” the video said.
The catch record is a “simple and secure way to capture a conversation”.
It can be stored locally or remotely, with “no need to keep a file on your phone”.
The device can also be used for “conferences” with a customer.
Customers can access the service from their smartphone or laptop.
“The catch record can also capture your voicemail and email messages. “
It also lets you record conversations where someone has left messages on your voicemails.” “
The catch record can also capture your voicemail and email messages.
It also lets you record conversations where someone has left messages on your voicemails.”
The catch card service was launched by the BBC in 2015 to capture recorded conversations that were “confusing or uncomfortable”.
The service is free to the BBC for customers and has been in use since last year.
The device costs £25 and is currently in trials for customers in Wales.
The company said that if the catch record device “seems like a good fit for you, we’re happy to test it with you for a week or so to make sure it’s right for you”.