How do I measure the exact time men and women spend talking in meetings, using Time To Talk? Conversations are not recorded, only analyzed in real time and no data is saved. While the Time To Talk analyzes a conversation the spectogram at the top of the screen will be black. As soon as the classification of the sex of appar speaker is definitive the spectogram will turn blue for women and red for men.
Time To Talk analyzes voices on the basis of biological sex. Pad into airplane mode to avoid interruptions due to incoming calls. Enter the number of men and women participating in the meeting via the PLUS and MINUS signs at the bottom of the screen. Press the PLAY button to start the measurement. If participants come or go, adjust the number of men and women via the PLUS and MINUS signs at the bottom of the screen. Press the PAUSE button to end or pause the measurement.
Alternatively, using the SHARE button, you can send the result via email or SMS. How do I interpret the final result? And what do the percentages really mean? Time to Talk reports one percentage for men and one percentage for women.
50, the average speaking time of a man equals the average speaking time of a woman. A meeting with 2 men and 3 women lasted for 54 minutes. Men spoke for 26 minutes and women spoke for 28 minutes. Take this number and multiply by 2. These percentages are relative to twice the average speaking time of a person of unknown gender.