With the new feature, the platform increases accessibility by providing a useful and functional tool, but, above all, free for everyone: here's how it works
For Zoom, it's time for a big step forward in terms of accessibility and usability of its videoconferencing system, one of the most used and appreciated globally. And with this latest novelty, the service drops a decisive ace that makes conversations between users more inclusive: here's how.
After the introduction for paid accounts, available to those who have subscribed to Zoom Meetings and Zoom Video Webinars, automatic subtitles become available to everyone. Generated directly by the platform, they can be used during meetings held in virtual rooms, thus improving the understanding of conversations during videoconferences, presentations as well as webinars and meetings that, in times of social distancing, have found in the tool a valid safe haven. With the functionality available to all types of accounts, including free ones,