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During any Teams meeting or 1:1 call, you can start a live transcription of the proceedings. The text appears alongside the meeting/call video or audio in real time, including the speaker’s name (unless they chose to hide it) and a time stamp.
In terms of privacy, live transcription is similar to recording a meeting. Participants are notified that live transcription is on and have the ability to hide it from their meeting view with just a click. If they choose not be identified, attendees can also turn off speaker attribution in their profile settings.
All participants see a notification that the meeting is being transcribed. The transcript appears on the right side of your screen.
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