Set auto attendant languages for a dial-in conferencing

The Microsoft dial-in conferencing auto attendant can greet dial-in callers in a number of different languages when they join a meeting.

Choose one primary language and up to four secondary languages. The primary language that you set will be used first and the secondary languages will be used by the auto-attendant in order that you select.

Note:  You can configure the languages on domestic dial-in access phone numbers only.

Set the dial-in conferencing auto attendant languages

You must be an Office 365 global admin or Skype for Business admin to perform this step.

  1. Sign in to Office 365 with your work or school account.

  2. Go to the Office 365 admin center > Skype for Business.

  3. In the Skype for Business admin center, in the left navigation go to Dial-in conferencing and then click Microsoft bridge.

  4. In the Action pane, select the dial-in conferencing phone number from the list, click Set languages.

  5. On the Set languages page, click the drop down under Primary language to view the complete list of available languages. If you need to click each of the Secondary languages drop downs to select the secondary language.

    Note: The primary and secondary languages that are supported are listed. The order that you select in the drop-downs will be the order of the languages that will be presented to the callers.

  6. Click Save.

Want else should I know?

Want to use Windows PowerShell?

To automate this step, you can use the Set-CsOnlineDialInConferencingServiceNumber and Get-CsOnlineDialInConferencingLanguagesSupported cmdlets.

To learn more, see Using Windows PowerShell to do common Skype for Business Online management tasks

See Also

Set up dial-in or PSTN conferencing for Skype for Business

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