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Interpreter for meeting tonight

asemrad
Listener

Do I need to hire a third party to transcibe in Spanish for a meeting tonight that will be in English? If yes, who are these 3rd parties?

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JepZoom
Participant

Yes, you need to have your own interpreter. Currently, Zoom doesn't offer a third-party interpreter.

The language interpretation feature only allows you to connect with colleagues and customer in multiple languages in a single Zoom meeting.

You may visit this link that I have found as a reference: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/360034919791-Using-Language-Interpretation-in-your-meeting... 

I have my interpreter. Need to "invite" her - how do I do this? She shows up in panelist list, but there are no buttons to send her a link. What link should I send?

 

Please follow these steps:

Once the language interpretation has been enabled, you will see options when you schedule a meeting/webinar to enable and add interpreters: 

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You will also see the option to add interpreters inside the meeting/webinar:

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Here is the article that I found regarding language interpretation: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/360034919791-Using-Language-Interpretation-in-your-meeting... 

You can watch the short video attached to that article for you to better understand.

JepZoom
Participant

Just checking if my response solved your concern?

JepZoom
Participant

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This will be a great help to the community and to people who are having the same concern and are looking for answers.

JepZoom
Participant

You need to make sure that you meet these prerequisites: 

  • Business, Education, or Enterprise account; or a Pro account with the Zoom Webinar add-on plan

 

After that, go to your Settings:https://zoom.us/profile/setting > In Meeting (Advanced) > and enable 'Language Interpretation'. 

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Once the language interpretation has been enabled, you will see options when you schedule a meeting/webinar to enable and add interpreters: 

JepZoomie_1-1650503964036.png

 

You will also see the option to add interpreters inside the meeting/webinar:

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Here is the article that I found regarding language interpretation: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/360034919791-Using-Language-Interpretation-in-your-meeting... 

You can watch the short video attached to that article for you to better understand.