You have the option of either speaking or typing to communicate with the other attendees.
Take a look at how two people use RCC for a conference call: Ava, who prefers to communicate via typing, and James, who prefers to speak for himself.
The captioner joins the web conference or audio bridge, then listens and transcribes the event (conference call, video meeting or webinar).
You read the captions on a computer, laptop, tablet or mobile device.
To add your comments/ questions to the discussion, type in the “Message Captioner” text box and send it.
The captioner reads aloud your comments/questions at the earliest break in the discussion. Your words appear on the real-time streaming display.
You and the captioner will join the same web conference or audio bridge using a phone. The captioner listens and transcribes the event (conference call, video meeting or webinar).
You speak directly to participate with the other attendees. Your words appear on the real-time streaming display.
To see a demonstration of how RCC works during a sample conference call, enter your name and click Continue.