During the past month of February this year, virtual meeting platforms Zoom, announce the real-time transcription of what two or more people have said during a video call, which means the dialogues will be translated as if it were a movie. This tool was only available to users who paid for the service, but since Monday October 25th, it’s a free feature for all accounts, want to know how to activate it? We will explain the steps below.
“It is important to us that everyone can connect, communicate and participate successfully using Zoom”Theresa Larkin, Head of Product Marketing, Meetings and Chats at Zoom, said through it Official Blog; Likewise, he pointed out that Without proper accessibility tools, people with disabilities (audio) You face huge barriers when using video communication solutions.
How to activate auto copy in zoom
- From the browser (not the mobile app) sign in to your Zoom account.
- Now, go to the Navigation menu and tap on Settings.
- Then go to the meeting tab.
- Finally, in the Meeting (Advanced) section, activate Subtitles.
It is important to clarify that at the moment this tool is only available in English, but the tech company stressed that it will be expanded later to include different languages.
Problems with Volume Zoom on iOS or Android? Your camera is not working? Do you want to submit a problem report and customer logs? Video not working on Lenovo devices? The solution and answers to these and other questions can be found on Zoom’s technical support page or by clicking Here.
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