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Did you know our apps make it easy for you to use Voice Carry-Over (VCO)? VCO allows you to use your own voice in VRS calls. Just one more way Convo makes sure you own your calls. Learn how in this video.

Don’t have Convo? Sign up now at https://hubs.li/H0MGkpS0.

[Transcript: Did you know we have Voice Carry-Over (VCO)?

What is VCO? VCO allows you to use your own voice in VRS calls. You will also be able to hear the hearing caller on the other end while the VI interprets. This feature is available on all Convo apps, including Convo Link.

Pro-tip: Make sure your device’s speaker and mic are in working order. Let me show you how to turn on VCO for Convo for iOS. [Demo how to turn VCO on]

There’s a second way to use VCO with Convo. You can call and connect with the interpreter, then ask them to call the phone you want to speak into, as well as the hearing person’s number.

With us, you own your calls—and VCO is just one more way we make sure you can be you! Don’t have Convo? Sign up now at signup.convorelay.com]

[ID: Black background. An image of Ian, a Latino male, wearing a black shirt and black glasses against a white background. On the right, green and white text that reads ‘Tip Thursday: Did you know we have Voice carry-Over?’ Green text on the bottom of the screen, logo that reads, “CONVO”

The screen slides to the left and opens on Ian. As he shows a demo of how to turn on VCO for Convo for iOS, the screen changes to iOS’s UX. Open the Convo iOS app, click on the menu at top left corner, and turn the toggle on for Voice Carry Over. The screen changes to Ian signing again.

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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