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Before: Getting Ready Zoom Meeting: Enabling Cloud Recording with an Interpreter and/or Captionist
Note: Cloud recording will provide transcription (afterwards) whether it’s on or off during the meeting/class.
Enabling Cloud Recording and Views
Sign in to Zoom.
In the navigation panel, click Settings.
Select the Recording tab and verify that the Cloud Recording setting is enabled. If the setting is disabled, click the Status toggle to enable it. In the Enable "Cloud recording" pop-up window click Enable.
Check these view settings