How and when the footnote [INAUDIBLE hh:mm:ss] has to be used?

If a word, a phrase or a whole fragment is completely incomprehensible to you, either by the presence of ambient noise, music or because the speaker is not speaking clearly enough, you should register it by using the tag [INAUDIBLE hh: mm: ss] only once to replace the word or phrase that is not understood. 

To do it automatically and avoid typing the tag, use the F4 key.

Example of using [INAUDIBLE hh: mm: ss]: when suddenly a person sneezes or the sound of a horn makes it impossible to hear one or more words:
 
IT IS INCORRECT TO TRANSCRIBE: IT IS CORRECT TO TRANSCRIBE::
[##:##:##] The British Council posted [INAUDIBLE 00:01:50] [INAUDIBLE 00:01:51] [INAUDIBLE 00:01:52] which recorded the evolution of cases. [##: ##: ##] The British Council published [INAUDIBLE 00:01:50] which recorded the evolution of cases.
 
The time stamp must be placed at the beginning of the incomprehensible pronunciation, word or phrase, and if it is a whole fragment, the timestamp should be placed at the beginning of the fragment.