There are third-party applications and add-ons for Office 365. These add-ons can improve the communication and collaboration experience at McMaster.
These apps are free and available to anyone. There are no requirements to use them.
The apps listed on these pages are provided to the University community “as is.” Information and support for these applications are on each application’s website.
Break the language barrier with Microsoft Translator. Translate conversations across devices, for one-on-one chats and for larger group interactions.
- Group conversations: The Translator app’s conversation feature helps English language learners, deaf, or hard-of-hearing students better communicate with one another in class or for one-on-one chats.
- One-on-one chats: Use the microphone or split-screen microphone to translate between two languages using a single device. The split-screen mic can be found by tapping the green microphone button.
- Study Groups: Discuss group projects and work together across many languages. Perfect for English language learners and deaf or hard-of-hearing students.
Benefits of Presentation Translator
- Presentation Translator subtitles your live presentation straight from PowerPoint, and lets your audience join from their own devices using the Translator app or browser.
- As you speak, Presentation Translator displays subtitles directly on your PowerPoint presentation in any one of more than 60 supported text languages. This feature can also be used for audiences who are deaf or hard of hearing.
- Up to 100 audience members in the room can follow along with the presentation in their own language by downloading the Translator app or joining directly from their browser.
How to set-up Presentation Translator for PowerPoint (Windows Only)