Skype introduces live captioning feature on one-to-one calls

  • TECH
  • Thursday, 06 Dec 2018

Skype has introduced live captions and subtitles to the platform. — Microsoft

In honour of the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities on Dec 3, Skype launched a live call captioning feature to make the platform more accessible to more people. 

Just as digital platforms are reimagining their platforms to be more inclusive of a wider community, Skype, too, is joining the movement of bettering application accessibility with the introduction of a live captioning feature that launched Dec 3. 

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