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School’s here! 📚 This tool is one of the most useful things you’ll ever need to make your virtual meetings smooth and easy. Watch to learn how you can use industry-best interpreters in these meetings! This process also works on other virtual conferencing platforms. 💻🖥️

Don’t have a Convo #? Get yours now at https://hubs.li/Q0190-XQ0.

[VD: A white woman is wearing a black shirt. She has Convo earrings, a necklace, and two black hairbands on her right wrist. The background is a bright gray color. In the middle of the clip is a screenshot of Zoom and its credentials. Process when on Zoom: Click on Join Audio. The Dial-in number is encircled in green (under the Country/Region tab). Meeting ID number is encircled in green (above of Participant ID). The Participant ID is encircled in green (below Meeting ID). This process will work on Google Meet and Microsoft Teams (logos shown). There’s a black background with two logos showing Microsoft Teams and Google Meet. In the end, a link reads: http://convorelay.com/help with a green Convo logo.]

[TRANSCRIPT: Have you used Convo + Zoom? Never? Convo + Zoom may be a great option for you. Last-minute parent-school meetings, work gatherings, and more are happening on Zoom. Convo makes it easy for you to join with an interpreter! Make sure to share these three things with your interpreter before using Zoom for a quicker process. 1. Zoom’s audio dial-in number 2. Meeting ID 3. Participant ID or numeric password. Also, let the interpreter know it’s a Zoom meeting so they can prepare if they need to transfer during the call. Happy Zooming with Convo!]

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