Component Configuration: Interprefy

Component Configuration: Interprefy

Clients that would like to include interpreters in their webinars now have the ability to enable language interpretation. Interpretation is a service that can translate your webinar presentations to whatever languages your audience desires in real-time.

Within Interface Builder, add the Interprefy component to your Interface.



Contact the webinar.net support team to set up your account. Interprefy and webinar.net will help generate an Interprefy Token unique to each webinar.

The Interprefy component pinned message will appear at the top of the component. This can be used for instructions needed for Interprefy. All attendees can view the pinned messages.



All attendees of the can view the component.



For more information please email support@webinar.net.




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