Experience real-time Zoom translation through the Wordly App for Zoom while in a Zoom meeting. The Wordly App for Zoom processes audio from your Zoom meeting in real-time and translates what is being said into the languages selected by other meeting participants.
The Zoom meeting host is able to start a Wordly translation session that meeting attendees can join. The host is responsible for providing Wordly minutes to run the translation session within the Zoom meeting. Attendees do not need a Wordly account and are not charged for translation minutes when joining an ongoing translation session. The host also receives translations in the languages that they choose.
Any Zoom meeting participant can use Wordly to join an ongoing Wordly translation session. Attendees have a choice of using the Wordly App for Zoom, or a custom live streaming link accessible within the Zoom UI. Once the Zoom host who scheduled the meeting starts the Worldly translation session, attendees are able to select from 25+ languages to follow along in.
The Zoom meeting host can easily start a Wordly translation session at any time over the course of a meeting. This allows attendees to access translations using the Wordly Translation App for Zoom or https://Attend.Wordly.ai.
The host controls which language Wordly listens for (translates) from the presenter.
The Wordly translation app is installed from the Zoom Marketplace.
For additional information on how to install and manage Zoom translations with worldly, visit https://help.wordly.ai/zoom/.
What is Zoom?
Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing and collaboration platform that allows users to hold virtual meetings, webinars, and video conferences. It was first released in 2011 and has since become a popular tool for remote work and online education.
With Zoom, users can connect with others through high-quality video and audio calls, share their screen, and collaborate in real-time. The platform offers a range of features, including virtual backgrounds, breakout rooms, and the ability to record meetings. Zoom can be accessed through a web browser or through a downloadable app on a computer or mobile device.
Zoom become particularly popular during the COVID-19 pandemic, as many people have had to shift to remote work and online learning. The platform has been used by businesses, schools, and individuals around the world to stay connected and collaborate virtually.
Zoom is available in both free and paid versions, with additional features and capabilities available in the paid versions. It is known for its ease of use, reliability, and high-quality video and audio, making it a popular choice for virtual meetings and webinars.