Why do you have to set up spoken and written language separately in Skype?

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Steilla Leon asked 15-Mar-2022 in troubleshooting by Steilla Leon

Why do you have to set up spoken and written language separately in Skype?

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Hitesh Vohra answered 22-Mar-2022 by Hitesh Vohra
  • Select View profile from Chats by right clicking or tapping and holding on your contact.
  • Alternatively, you can see your contact's profile by clicking or tapping on the conversation header from within the chat.
  • To enable the Translated Conversation, click or tap on Send translation request.
  • Your contact will receive a message that you want to activate Translated Conversations. To proceed, they will need to pick Accept.
  • Your contact will not receive the invitation if they are not using the most recent version of Skype.
  • Your instant messages and phone conversations will be translated into the language of your choice after your invitation is accepted.
  • Note: Skype's Spoken language will be set to your Device language by default, however you can change it at any moment in Settings.
  • Skype will display the messages as they are translated during your Translated Conversation, but you can also choose to show the original message.
  • In your discussions with that person, your Translated Conversation will remain available. You'll need to allow Translated Conversations in that person's profile as well if you want to start a new Translated Conversation with them.


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