Webex Assistant is available in Webex Meetings.

Beginning with the 41.6 update, Webex Events (new) webinar mode supports Webex Assistant for plans that support up to 10,000 users and as an add-on for plans that support up to 1000 users.

In addition to Webex Meetings and Webex Events (new), with the 41.7 update, Webex Assistant is also available for the Webex app. Meetings started or joined from a space don't support Webex Assistant.

If offensive words are used, asterisks replace some letters in the offensive word in the closed caption.

We created our own profanity filter generated from common offensive words and phrases. We’ll continue to add words and phrases as and when they're identified to us.

Caption appear above meeting controls

If no one's speaking, the last caption disappears after 4 seconds.

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To show captions, select Webex Assistant and then click Show closed captions in the lower left of the screen.

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To hide captions, select Hide closed captions in the lower-left corner of the screen or select in the captioning.

What to do next

If you don’t speak English or have trouble understanding the speaker, Webex Meetings can translate English to more than 100 other languages in closed captions. For more information, see turn on real-time translation.

If no one's speaking, the last caption disappears after 4 seconds.

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To show captions, tap Webex Assistant and then toggle on Closed Captions.

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To hide captions, tap Webex Assistant and then toggle off Closed Captions again.

What to do next

If you don’t speak English or have trouble understanding the speaker, Webex Meetings can translate English to more than 100 other languages in closed captions. For more information, see turn on real-time translation.