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At Convo, you can make multiple calls with the same interpreter in one sitting. 🪑 This feature gives you the opportunity to maximize your calls with consistency and quality.

Ya dig? We do, too! Watch to find out how you can use the feature to hang-up or disconnect.

Don’t have Convo? Sign up at https://hubs.li/H0HpfXq0.

[English Transcript: Did you know all our apps give you two options? First, after finishing your call with the hearing person, but you want to keep the interpreter for another call, you can simply hang up. Or our second option, once you finish your call with the hearing person, if you don’t need to make another call you can fully disconnect. I’ll let Wayne elaborate!

So you make a call, connect to an interpreter and call the hearing person. But when you’re finished talking to them, you don’t want to fully disconnect- you want to make one more call with the same interpreter, but how do you do it?

So if I call a hearing person, and I don’t need to stay on and make another call, I can completely disconnect. But if I want to hang up from the hearing caller, but keep the interpreter for the next call, I simply swipe half way- then the interpreter will stay available for the next call.

With us, you own your call! Don’t have Convo yet? Sign up today: signup.convorelay.com.]

[ID: Black background, photo of Ian, a Latino male with black glasses and a black shirt against a white background. To the right green and white text that reads ‘Tip Thursday: How to hang-up or disconnect.’ Green text on the bottom of the screen, a logo that reads ‘CONVO’.

Image slides left, the screen opens on Ian, a Latino male with black glasses and a black shirt against a white background. He is signing in American Sign Language. There is grey text in the right corner that reads ‘CONVO’.

Screen opens up on Wayne, a white male with a grey shirt and black watch. He is in a room with a big window and a brick wall. There is grey text in the right corner that reads ‘CONVO’.

Screen changes to black, with a grey illustration of a phone. The screen opens back on Wayne, but in the corner of the screen is a photo of a white, female interpreter wearing a black shirt, and a black headset. In the corner of the photo is an illustration that shows levels of connecting to a call. The image disappears after demonstrating how to completely disconnect from a call. Another image pulls up of a black, male interpreter wearing a grey shirt and a headset with the same illustration of levels to connect a call.

Image slides left, the screen opens on Ian, a Latino male with black glasses and a black shirt against a white background. He is signing in American Sign Language. There is grey text in the right corner that reads ‘CONVO’.

Black pop up on bottom of the screen with white and green text that reads “signup.convorelay.com”. Screen changes to green background with white text that reads ‘CONVO’.]

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