Google Meet: Italian subtitles come out of the beta phase

google meet: italian subtitles come out of the beta phase
google meet: italian subtitles come out of the beta phase

Google has always paid great attention to accessibility functions and the novelty recently introduced in Google meet row in this direction. Notably, Google’s video calling app has received many updates to make the platform more inclusive for users with disabilities, and in the latest update, the development team is adding several new languages ​​to subtitles.

As announced on the Google Workspace blog (in SOURCE), closed captions on Google Meet now include languages ​​like Indonesian, Polish, Romanian, Thai, Turkish, and Vietnamese, all in beta. Google has also added Canadian French to the list, though it’s currently limited to the web version with “mobile support coming soon.” In addition to that, Google lets you know that video call subtitles for other languages, including Dutch, ItalianJapanese, Korean, Portuguese and Russian, are out of beta stage and are now available in the final version.

According to Google, the new subtitle languages ​​will be available to all users, regardless of their Google Workspace subscription. However, upgraded translated captions are limited to specific Workspace packages, including Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Starter, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Plus, and the Teaching and Learning upgrade.

Google Meet recently unveiled a very interesting function, which will allow you to avoid accidents or injuries while using it on the go. The feature is called Onthe Go and will be available to everyone soon.

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