Screen reader support for Skype for Business

This article is for people with visual or cognitive impairments who use a screen reader program such as Microsoft’s Narrator, JAWS, or NVDA with Microsoft 365 products. This article is part of the Microsoft 365 screen reader support content set where you can find more accessibility information on our apps. For general help, visit Microsoft Support home.

On this page you can find links to accessibility help articles that are written for people who use screen readers with Skype for Business. To find information on how to create Skype for Business meetings that are accessible to people with disabilities, see Make your Skype for Business meetings more accessible to people with disabilities.

Get started using accessible features in Skype for Business

Work with meetings in Skype for Business

Work with calls and IM in Skype for Business

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Make your Skype for Business meetings more accessible to people with disabilities

On this page you can find links to accessibility help articles that are written for people who use screen readers with Skype for Business for Android. To find information on how to create Skype for Business for Android meetings that are accessible to people with disabilities, see Make your Skype for Business meetings more accessible to people with disabilities.

Get started using accessible features in Skype for Business

Work with meetings in Skype for Business

Work with calls and IM in Skype for Business

See also

Make your Skype for Business meetings more accessible to people with disabilities

On this page you can find links to accessibility help articles that are written for people who use screen readers with Skype for Business in Outlook on the web. To find information on how to create Skype for Business meetings that are accessible to people with disabilities, see Make your Skype for Business meetings more accessible to people with disabilities.

Get started using accessible features in Skype for Business

Work with calls and IM in Skype for Business

Work with Skype Meeting Broadcast

With Skype Meeting Broadcast you can schedule, produce, and broadcast meetings or events to large online audiences. For more information, refer to What is a Skype Meeting Broadcast?

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Make your Skype for Business meetings more accessible to people with disabilities

Important:  Information about emergency services where PSTN calling is offered
With PSTN Calling, Emergency Services operate differently than on traditional telephone services in the following ways: (i) PSTN Calling may not know the actual location of an Emergency Services caller, which could result in the call being routed to the wrong Emergency Services call center and/or emergency services being dispatched to the wrong location; (ii) if the user’s device has no power, is experiencing a power outage or, for any reason, cannot otherwise access the Internet, the user cannot make an Emergency Services call through PSTN Calling services; and (iii) PSTN Calling services can be used anywhere in the world where an Internet connection is available, users should not make an Emergency Services call from a location outside their home country because the call likely will not be routed to the appropriate call center in that location.

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