An easy to follow guide to implementing Lingmo Translate translation software on your Zoom account
Do you use Zoom Chat and often think how much easier it would be to liaise and chat in your native language? Good news, this step by step guide will explain how you can add a language translation integration called Lingmo Translate to Zoom Chat and chat fluently between multiple languages.
This article will guide you to conduct multilingual chats within the Zoom Chat platform. We’ll also cover the app’s features, commands and pricing plan.
Additionally, we’ll add in links to our demo videos, documentation and contact us page as well as provide 3 tips for using Lingmo Translate.
What is Lingmo Translate for Zoom Chat?
The Lingmo Translate App enables Zoom Chat users to engage in Realtime multilingual conversational chats. Users can send and receive chats in their native language. Chats are instantly translated between 80 languages and 100’s of language pairs. This software allows Zoom Chat users to fluently converse in a language familiar to them.
How to use Lingmo Translate for Zoom Chat Integration.
Step 1. Sign up to Zoom or login into your Zoom account. Navigate to Solutions and click on App Marketplace.
Step 2. The App Marketplace is where integrations for Zoom are located. In the search bar, type ‘Lingmo Translate’ and press enter. Click on the Lingmo Translate icon to open the page.
Step 3. Next, you will need to Sign in to enable the integration process. Click ‘Sign in to Install’, fill out your criteria and press enter. You will return to the Lingmo Translate screen where you can click ‘Install’.
Step 4. Authorize Lingmo Translate to access your Zoom account for integration to start. Click on the ‘Authorize’ button.
Step 5. Open your Zoom App on your smartphone or desktop and navigate to Meet & Chat icon. Lingmo Translate will be visible on your screen menu. There will be a new notification from Lingmo Translate. Click on the Lingmo Translate under Apps.
Step 6. You will see a welcome message from Lingmo Translate. In the message dialogue box type ‘Register’ and press return. You will then be prompted to add your email address to commence a 3 day free trial. Enter your email address on the white page by pressing the pencil icon in the message pop up. Press Save to close the white screen.
Step 7. A Congratulations pop up will display on the screen and prompt you to check your email account to retrieve the unique authorisation code needed to use Lingmo Translate. Retrieve your code and copy it.
Step 8. Go back to the Zoom App and return to the Lingmo Translate window. As explained in your registration email, you will need to type the following into the dialogue box: ‘connect’ and press return.
Step 9. Enter your code into the pop up window by pressing the pencil icon. A white screen will appear for you to paste your code and then press save. You will get a congratulations message confirming you are set up and ready to commence using Lingmo Translate to translate Zoom Chats.
Step 10. To set your language type ‘mylang’ followed by the send icon. The pop-up window will allow you to scroll through the language choices and select your desired language to communicate/chat in. Press ‘select’ to view the languages and press on the desired language. You will receive a Congratulations message to confirm your language is successfully set to your chosen language.
Step 11. Now you are ready to start a chat in your native language. Navigate to your contacts and select a contact to chat with. In the dialogue box type ‘/lingmo m’ followed by your message in your native language. For example. ‘/lingmo m’ bonjour’ and click enter.
Step 12. You will see a new pop up window showing the translation. This will show your language and the language the other person has their Zoom Chat set to. In this example, Chris has set his language to German. The conversation will now flow between French and German. NB: If the other person has not implemented Lingmo Translate they will not see the translated text and will receive the text in your native language only.
3 tips for using Lingmo Translate for Zoom Chat
1. Lingmo Translate works better if all the people in your chat group have Lingmo Translate implemented. If they do not they will receive chats in your native language with no translation provided.
2. Always use ‘/lingmo ‘ followed by the command to have a chat translated. A pop up window will remind you of the command after you have typed ‘/lingmo’.
3. You can have unlimited chats with Lingmo Translate each month. Simply subscribe and enjoy the many benefits of having translation implemented on your Zoom Chat. View our pricing for Lingmo Translate.
For more guidelines please watch our Youtube videos, read the Lingmo Translate App document or feel free to contact us.