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Microsoft Teams and Google Meet both have closed captions, here’s how they compare

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Many years ago, when I was studying ASL (American Sign Language), my teachers used to depend on separate devices that would hook into their TV sets to supply closed captioning — captioning that was limited and, to tell the truth, not very accurate. These days, almost every video (and every TV) has closed captioning available for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or who just have difficulty following the voices from the set.

Unfortunately, closed captioning isn’t as common for videoconferencing, even as we’ve come to depend on it more for business and social meetings. Zoom, for example, does allow you to set up closed captioning ahead of a meeting by going into settings, but it doesn’t have its own tool — you have to either use a...

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