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Add Thai Language Interpretation

VASANTVR
Listener

How can I add other language in Interpretation menu ?

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tobyfromrea
Community Champion | Customer
Community Champion | Customer

Hey @VASANTVR 👋

Once Language Interpretation is enabled at the account, user, or group level, you can select or add languages.

  1. Once enabled, the following default 9 languages will be displayed: 
    • English
    • Chinese
    • Japanese
    • German
    • French
    • Russian
    • Portuguese
    • Spanish
    • Korean
  2. Click the plus sign (+) symbol to add more languages.
  3. Under Add Language, enter the name of the language you want to add.
  4. Select the language in the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Add.
    Once added, the language will be in your list of languages.
    Note: While there is not a limit for how many languages you can add, only 5 custom languages can be used in a meeting or webinar at the same time. 

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tobyfromrea
Community Champion | Customer
Community Champion | Customer

Hey @VASANTVR 👋

Once Language Interpretation is enabled at the account, user, or group level, you can select or add languages.

  1. Once enabled, the following default 9 languages will be displayed: 
    • English
    • Chinese
    • Japanese
    • German
    • French
    • Russian
    • Portuguese
    • Spanish
    • Korean
  2. Click the plus sign (+) symbol to add more languages.
  3. Under Add Language, enter the name of the language you want to add.
  4. Select the language in the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Add.
    Once added, the language will be in your list of languages.
    Note: While there is not a limit for how many languages you can add, only 5 custom languages can be used in a meeting or webinar at the same time. 

VASANTVR
Listener

It's worked. Thank you very much.