How to use OneNote Live Captions


A step-by-step tutorial on how to use the OneNote Live Captions feature. This brand new feature fuses OneNote with Microsoft Translator and allows students to join their OneNote to a session being spoken by an educator and receive captions in almost 70 languages. This helps makes OneNote the most inclusive note-taking experiences on the planet.

– All captions are automatically stored in “Transcripts” section in OneNote, creating a new page for each sessions.
– Learn about Microsoft Translator and get it for free here:
– OneNote Live Captions in currently in private beta with a large number of school districts, and we hope to roll out broadly in early spring of 2021.

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