One of the most powerful features that Eddy offers is the ability to automatically remove any/all filler words from your podcast audio!
In order to do that, all you need to do is open your audio in an Eddy Project. Then, click on the search bar on the top of your project.
From there, click on the blue show filler words text box. This will automatically select your filler words in your audio and allow you to cycle through them, similar to how the Find function works in a word processor.
If you would like to change the word in your transcript, you can do so by clicking on the edit button on the right side of the search bar. Once you've typed the word you would like to have it replaced with, you can toggle whether or not you want this edit to effect every instance of the original word in your audio.
Additionally you can also opt to remove the filler word entirely by clicking on the delete button to the left of the edit one. As with editing your text, you can decide whether you would like the change to effect a specific instance of the filler word, or every instance of it in your file.