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Photo: Vadym Pastukh (Shutterstock) None of us is superhuman: As much as we try to memorize every talking point or every question, we can’t work at our best without the occasional reference. Still, it seems more impressive, especially on video calls, if we never need to look away from the camera when interviewing or giving a presentation. The solution, then, is to find a way to look at both your notes and the video call at the same time. We’ve found an app that can help with that: It’s called Transparent Note, and its name isn’t messing around. Transparent Note is a simple note-taking app, save for one crucial difference: Your notes can be transparent, allowing you to see what’s behind the note itself on your Mac or PC. The app is free to download for Mac users (with premium features behind a paywall), but costs $4.99 for Windows machines. How Transparency Note can improve your video calls There are plenty of use cases for this type of app, but video calls are where I see myself using this most. If you’re interviewing with a company, you no longer need to awkwardly glance at your resume or your prepared list of questions if you get stuck. Instead, you can overlay all relevant talking points on the video call itself: You’re still looking at the screen as expected, but you’re able to read any and all notes you took ahead of time. Similarly, this works if you’re interviewing someone else […]