[technology taskforce] Zoom begins offering automated transcription of conference calls
judith at jhellerstein.com
Thu Feb 8 20:00:12 UTC 2018
Zoom is not a replacement for adobe as it cannot load presentations or attachments to the main screen, but what you can do is share your screen and maybe that will work. It also does not have the pods that adobe uses,
While it does have a great messaging app that can be detached from the discussions or web streams these only work for people who are on the paid or pro or higher version
Still a good program to test. It works well for people with accessibility challenges
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Judith at jhellerstein.com
> On Feb 8, 2018, at 1:56 PM, Sarah Kiden <skiden at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you for sharing this, Dev.
> Internet Society has been using this tool for about a year or so, especially for the weekly conference calls during online training in network operations, advanced network services, etc. From my interaction, I found it a good tool.
> I agree with the team that we should test it. I used it with classes of about 35 people.
>> On Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 16:26 Dev Anand Teelucksingh <admin at ttcsweb.org> wrote:
>> “Starting in late January, Zoom's business, enterprise and education customers have been able to turn on automated transcription of meetings and webinars through the platform's cloud recording tool. The transcripts indicate who was speaking and include time stamps synced with the audio and video recordings; they are also searchable.”
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