Google Slides is adding live captions to its presentations, just like PowerPoint

As part of the Accessibility Awareness Month, we are adding new subtitles to our G Suite Slides app slides. This feature uses the computer's built-in microphone to automatically record the presenter's words and display them in real-time with subtitles on the slides presented. This is primarily for the deaf and deaf, but it should improve the experience for people who understand English better than they speak.

Powerpoint is similar but has provided more powerful features for over a year. Microsoft's service uses the Translator Live feature to translate the said presentation into 60 languages ​​and send it directly to the attendee's phone.


google slides is adding live captions to its presentations just like powerpoint

You can add subtitles by clicking the "CC" button soon. Navigation box.
Image: Google

Google's captioning is currently available in U.S. English only, but this week it will be available globally to anyone who uses slides via Chrome on their desktop or desktop. To enable it, click the "CC" button in the navigation box or press Ctrl + Shift + C (Windows) or Command + Shift + C (Mac).

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