FP trendAug 26, 2021 10:26:39 IST
Reliance Jio’s JioMeet video calling platform has been updated in three Indian languages to celebrate India’s 75 years of independence. The app now supports Hindi, Marathi, and Gujarati in addition to English. This new change is now available to platform users.
JioMeet gets a new language
JioMeet will soon offer more Indian language choices. These include Tamil, Telugu and Kannada. The idea is to help Indians to speak with their relatives in their preferred language.
You can access the new language options from the settings of the JioMeet app. The user[設定]From the menu[言語]Just tap an option and select the option you want to communicate with.
– JioMeet (@jiomeet) 25 August 2021
There is also a new Classroom mode which makes it easy for schools and institutions to organize virtual classroom sessions. This mode includes features like restricted whiteboard access, restricted meetings, screen sharing, and in-app timesheets to make your virtual lessons more realistic.
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In a statement, the company said: “In addition to the improvements made to the app in recent months, this update is making more and more Indians comfortable with work, education and d other videoconferencing requirements. You can use it. “
For beginners, JioMeet was launched last year to support the Atmanirbhar Bharat initiative. India’s video calling platform offers HD audio / video calling, background noise cancellation, adaptive video resolution, multi-device support and more. It is secure and encrypted and can be used on Android, iOS, Windows, and macOS devices.
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