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Hallo | Speak English with Natives

Frequently Asked Questions

Teachers

How to Start

Hallo is the future of language learning. With already over 800,000 English learners on our platform, ESL and EFL teachers can now—more than ever—reach their full potential by teaching hundreds of students from all around the world at the same time. Without having to teach in a traditional classroom or live in a different country, our teachers can still interact face-to-face with English learners by live streaming remotely from their mobile devices. They can create their own teaching schedules that best suit their needs and focus on one online platform to build their followings and best deliver value. Furthermore, Hallo teachers can teach and monetize in more ways than any other language learning platform: through live streams, instant or scheduled private lessons, and group lessons. Furthermore, Hallo provides a unique opportunity to get hands-on experience in teaching, receive real-time feedback from students, and empower others from different countries. Apply to be a Hallo teacher today!

1) Speak English with a native fluency.
As a US based company, we are proud of our brand that represents native English speakers and qualified teachers who live and work throughout the world. Through our onboarding process, we ensure that applicants are fluent in English and that they have the potential to inspire and empower our students on Hallo. We DO NOT require a college degree or English teaching certification even though they are recommended. Anyone who is ambitious and passionate about teaching English is welcome to apply if they meet the requirements.
 
2) Have the required teaching or education experience.
Hallo students love experienced teachers who teach with both creativity and structure in their lessons. Currently we require at least 1 year of teaching or tutoring experience with at least 6 of those months spent teaching English. However, if you are currently enrolled in school to teach English or are currently earning an ESL or TEFL certification, you are still eligible to apply to be a teacher on Hallo and may even be eligible to earn internship credit through your school (click here to learn more).  In addition, we also accept teaching experience you may have had through other social media—such as on YouTube, Instagram, Tiktok, and Facebook.
 
3) Are committed to be empathetic, patient, and kind to all teachers and students on Hallo.

Hallo is a diverse and inclusive community with over 800,000 English learners from all around the world. We expect our teachers to show openness and sensitivity towards all differences: socio-economic, cultural, and religious. In addition, nobody in our community should feel discriminated against based on age, gender, race, or ethnicity. We believe in showing respect towards each others’ differences and do not tolerate discrimination or hate within our community, in or outside of the Hallo app.

 
4) Have recently read all of the Frequently Asked Questions for teachers.

We update our FAQ often to help our teachers best understand how they can be successful at teaching English on Hallo. Our FAQ also help new applicants understand if Hallo is a good fit for them. In our FAQ we also explain new features on the app and reflect changes in our policies. We recommend reviewing the FAQ carefully and often because they are a key to your success!

 
5) Have the required technology.

For now, you need a mobile device with a strong internet connection to become a teacher on Hallo. We require internet with a speed of 16+ Mbps (2+ MB/s); if you do not know your internet speed, you can google “Internet Speed Test” while connected to the wifi you’ll be live streaming from to find out. Quality is important for our students, and if a teacher gets 5 bad reviews about their internet connection, the teacher will run the risk of losing their teacher status. We want the quality of your live streaming to reflect positively on the quality of your personal brand as a teacher as well as on the Hallo brand.

 
6) Are committed to complete the required teacher onboarding steps once accepted.

Once accepted as a teacher, you are committed to 1) update your personal bio and add a regular teaching schedule to your profile page 2) go live with your first video within 1 week. We also recommend that you attend our monthly online teacher meetings to to share your experiences and ask questions with other teachers from the Hallo community. We strive to create a positive, safe, encouraging, and fun teacher community on Hallo, and our team is here to support you and help you be successful in any way that we can.

 

Anyone who wishes to become a Hallo teacher goes through the same application process. Becoming a successful teacher on Hallo requires hard work, consistency, creativity, problem solving, and passion. These are the qualities we look for the most during the hiring process. You can apply to be a teacher in these simple steps: 

1) Review all the teacher requirements and FAQs to make sure you are qualified and passionate about the opportunity.

2) If you meet the requirements, install the Hallo app and create an account. 

3) Create a 1 minute introduction video and submit an application through Hallo’s website (​https://hallo.tv/teacher​).

Once you have submitted your application, feel free to explore the Hallo app as you wait to hear back from us about our decision!

Generally it takes 1-3 business days to hear back from Hallo if you get accepted. So please make sure to check your email inbox regularly!

If you don’t hear back from us within 5 business days, unfortunately that means you didn’t get accepted—but please don’t be discouraged. We review every applicant carefully and make a decision based on if they are the right fit for Hallo right now. If you gain more teaching experience or qualifications and want to reapply in the future, we might decide then that you are ready to become a teacher on Hallo. Regardless, we hope you will always feel welcome on our app and like an important member of our Hallo community!

If you have been accepted—congratulations and welcome to Hallo! Once you are accepted as a teacher, make sure you review all the tips and guidelines on our website to learn how to become successful on Hallo. We recommend starting by watching this video: https://www.hallo.tv/12-tips-to-become-a-successful-hallo-teacher/ 

Within your first week of being accepted we ask that you complete all of the onboarding steps we include in your acceptance email. Once you are done—it’s game time!

Once you receive your teacher status, you can find the prominent “Start Stream” button on your profile and the main live streaming page. If you click on it, you will see a page where you can choose a live stream mode, category, quiz, thumbnail, and title. If you click on “Start Stream” after you fill these out, boom! Now you are on the air!

When you start your stream, you are asked to choose your class mode:

1) Public Chat means anyone can watch and comment on your stream.

2) Follower Only Chat means anyone can watch but only followers can comment and interact with you.

3) Subscriber Only Chat means anyone can watch, but only subscribers can comment and interact with you.

4) Premium Video means only subscribers can watch and comment to learn from you.

We recommend that teachers try follower-only chat as soon as they want, subscriber-only chat at 1,000 followers, and subscriber-only video at 3,000 followers at least 1-2 times a week. As you focus on teaching your subscribers and providing them with more value, you will be able to become more successful on Hallo.

Teachers can stream any topic related to their brand as long as the overall goal is to help people become more confident and fluent in English. Some streamers teach English through fun games, activities, and quizzes. Others might teach English entirely through a cultural lens, purely through humor, or through more formal methods like curriculums, whiteboards, and props. In the end, there is a spectrum and just like an influencer, you will find your style and develop your brand as you refine your skills and get better at what you do. For established influencers that teach English on other social channels like YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook, Hallo can be a great way to increase your follower base.

General

Some of our teachers are already making $15-20 USD/class through live classes, and any teacher can make a minimum of $8.4 USD/hour whenever they want through private lessons on InstaMatch. The amount of money teachers make depends on how successful they are on Hallo, and there’s no limit on how much they can make as a teacher! Unlike traditional online education companies, Hallo empowers ESL and EFL teachers to build their own businesses and reach their full potential through multiple revenue streams. At the end of the day, if you don’t provide your students with much value, you won’t be successful.

Live Classes

1) Subscriptions:​ ​Students subscribe to their favorite teachers for access to premium features including free hop-ons, subscriber-only chat/video, teacher group chat, and a beautiful Hallo balloon. 

2) Tips:​ Students donate and support teachers financially in live classes. 

3) Hop-ons:​ Students send a request to speak with a teacher in live classes, and teachers can bring them on and make money. 

Private Lessons

1) Scheduling: Choose your own price for 25 minute lessons on your profile and start finding students! As you build a following and become popular through live classes, you will be able to continue to increase your price and find more students.

2) InstaMatch: Find a student to teach and make money at the click of a button whenever and wherever you want! We have a fixed price for InstaMatch, so any teacher can make a minimum of $8.4 USD/hour on Hallo.

With the introduction of InstaMatch private lessons, teachers can make money as soon as they join, but if you are looking for ways to make a quick buck, Hallo might not be the best fit. It takes time to build a following and start monetizing from our community on Hallo just like any other platforms such as Twitch and YouTube. However, Hallo provides teachers with the opportunity to make money while building a following and increase their income over time. 

Teachers can email us at support@hallo.tv and request an exchange for cash every time they have 10,000+ Hallo coins. They are currently paid in USD through Venmo or PayPal, and it takes 3-5 business days to receive a payment. 

However, when Hallo teachers earn cash on Hallo through scheduled private lessons, they can withdraw the money themselves through the Hallo app. By the end of 2020, we will have a similar feature for teachers to cash out their Hallo coins as well.

You can refer your qualified friends and classmates to apply to be teachers on Hallo and earn a cash reward in the process! Referrals are aren’t just a feel-good opportunity, but they are a great way to supplement your own income! Referrals can share their referring teacher’s user ID/handle when submitting an application, and teachers receive a $100 bonus per referral who signs up and makes​ ​10,000 Hallo coins.

We welcome ESL and EFL teachers who want to extend their teaching and increase their earnings through Hallo. An English teacher may have a part-time or full-time job online or offline, but s/he who seeks an additional source of income would be a great fit for Hallo.

However, teachers are not allowed to use Hallo with the sole intention of marketing outside services or products. The focus must remain on the Hallo community and on what the Hallo platform can offer. Any misuse of our platform will lead to one’s teaching status being revoked.

Currently, Hallo is only available on Android and iOS, but a web app will be launched at the end of 2020 so teachers can share their screen and go over their curriculum and materials to teach in an even more professional and engaging way.

If you find any technical issues or bugs, please report them through the Report Bug feature in settings or email us at support@hallo.tv with details. 

Our team wants to give you a special thank you for your patience with the Hallo platform as we are still building from the ground up. The Hallo app launched in April 2019 and we are excited to continue to add new features and perfect old ones to make the experience even more valuable and worthwhile to you and all of our users. By reporting bugs, you can help us improve our product and be a part of making Hallo an app that will change the future of language learning.

We encourage our teachers to be punctual for all of their lessons. This reflects on your personal brand and shows respect for your students. If you are more than 5 minutes late for your class, the student will automatically get their money back and can still leave a review about you. If a student doesn’t show up, you get to keep the money as long as you stay on the call.

Tips

Absolutely! If you genuinely enjoy teaching and helping people learn English, you are at the right place. Just like anything else, it will take time and effort to be successful, but we promise it will be worth it as long as you are committed. At Hallo, we are here to help ambitious teachers succeed by providing the tools that they need.

Hallo has hundreds of thousands of students from all around the world, which means teachers can stream at anytime, anywhere. To reach their fullest potential as soon as possible, we recommend that teachers stream for 60-90 minutes on a regular basis at least three times a week at the times that work the best for their schedule. The teachers we have noticed that gain the most subscribers tend to have a set schedule and stream at least 3 times a week.

Students that follow you get a notification when you start a live class. On Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook, it literally takes months to find 1,000 followers—while on Hallo, if you are consistent, it only takes a few weeks. ​The more followers you get, the more engagement and subscribers you will be able to find!

We recommend that teachers try follower-only chat as soon as they want, subscriber-only chat at 1,000 followers, and subscriber-only video at 3,000 followers at least once a week. At the end of the day, if teachers are not providing much value to students, they will have a hard time growing their following and community on Hallo.

Here are are some tips for finding subscribers:

1) Set your schedule on your channel and stick to it. Our students love subscribing to teachers who have consistent schedules.

2) Consistently remind users to subscribe and why subscribing to you would provide them with more value.

3) Prioritize your subscribers when it comes to hop-ons and allow them to hop-on your live stream before other audience members.

4) Try the sub-only chat/video AT LEAST once a week and increase the number over time. That way, you can focus on your subscribers and provide them with the opportunity to speak with you.

5) Create lessons plans and provide as much value as you can. At the end of the day, our users are using Hallo to learn English and practice speaking with you.

Hallo provides teachers with the technology and students, and ultimately it is each teacher’s job to convince students to buy their content. Here are some tips for new teachers:
 
1) Understand that it takes time to build a following to monetize on Hallo just like any other platform, such as Twitch and YouTube.
 
2) Understand that whether you become successful on Hallo ultimately depends on how much value you provide to your students.
 
3) Once you get accepted as a teacher, make sure that your profile photo and “About Me” section are presentable.
 
4) Set your schedules on your profile and stick to them (3-4 times a week). Consistency is king.
 
5) Try the sub-only chat/video AT LEAST once or twice a week (50% of your classes) and increase the number over time.
 
6) Consistently remind your students of WHY they need to donate and subscribe to you. Again, you have to sell.
 
7) Give a shoutout to students that donate or subscribe! They are more likely do it again if you express your appreciation.
 
8) Watch other successful teachers’ videos and learn from them. Here a couple of Hallo teachers we recommend learning from: @devin0 and @sophie
 
9) Use catchy thumbnails and titles for your classes. They can make a big difference in who joins your live streams.
 
10) Be nice and treat your students like gold. Students tend to gravitate towards kind and helpful teachers.
 
11) Use the hop-on feature OFTEN to let your students practice speaking with you.
 
12) Prioritize subscribers when it comes to hop-ons and allow them to join your stream to practice before other audience members.
 
13) Have fun and enjoy our amazing community. Hallo provides a unique opportunity to help and empower others from different countries.
 
Hope this helps! 🙂 

Absolutely! You can teach private lessons on our app and will be able to teach group lessons soon. These lessons which will provide teachers with the opportunity to reach their full potential as an ESL/EFL teacher. Live streaming is a great way to find students who will sign up for private lessons with you.

Hallo selects and updates teachers of the week every Sunday to provide successful teachers with more incentives. They are selected based on the total number of class views in that given week.

Features

Teachers can teach students 1 on 1 through InstaMatch and scheduling:

InstaMatch

InstaMatch is a great way to find students to teach and make money whenever you want. The price on InstaMatch is $0.14 USD per minute ($8.4 USD/hour). This way, all students and teachers can have the same expectations for the quality and price of private lessons on InstaMatch.

Scheduling

Teachers can also choose their own price and set their schedule on their profile where students can book lessons. As they build a following and become popular on Hallo, teachers can experiment with higher prices and make more money.

Hallo coins are our currency for tips, hop-ons, and subscriptions as well as Instamatch private lessons. 100 Hallo coins are worth $1. Private lessons, however, are paid for by normal cash/card. 

Students pay 300 coins to subscribe to their favorite teacher and get benefits each month such as sub-only chat/video, exclusive group chat, private messages, schedules, and a beautiful balloon as a badge on the teacher’s streams. The majority of students subscribe to use hop-ons and practice speaking with native speakers, so teachers tend to provide their subscribers with the opportunity to speak with them through free hop-ons. Students can also subscribe for multiple months and to multiple teachers to learn from various teachers on Hallo. When a student subscribes for multiple months, the teacher gets paid each month, and both parties can cancel their subscription at any time.

Students can donate coins to support their teachers and send premium messages on live streams. When a teacher gets a donation, an animation and a green message pop up so the teacher can pay attention and express appreciation. Teachers can also find the tip icon at the bottom right on livestreams to see new donations and show their messages to the audience.

Hop-ons are the best way to engage students and find subscribers because the majority of them watch live streams to learn from and practice speaking with native speakers. Successful teachers use this tool efficiently by bringing 1 to 4 students on camera and letting them talk for 5-7 minutes. There are two ways to bring students on:

1) Students can send a request to hop on with Hallo coins whether they are subscribed or not. Once students send a request, teachers will receive a notification at the bottom right corner of their screen and can click on the hop-on icon to see a list of people wanting to join. Once the teacher accepts a request, the student joins the live stream and pays the teacher’s price per minute as long as they are hopped-on.

2) Teachers can also bring their subscribers on for free by tapping on a subscriber’s comment. This feature is a great way to provide value for your students who have already paid for a subscription to your channel. Most of our students subscribe to their favorite teachers to hop on and practice speaking with them.

To close hop-ons, the student or teacher can tap on the student’s screen to see the option to hop off the student. If a student runs out of coins while speaking with the teacher, it will show a notification that the student ran out of coins so the teacher knows that it’s her choice to continue talking or letting the student go. Students love hop-ons!

Stories are a great way to keep students engaged outside of livestreams, and all followers can see their teachers’ stories. Teachers use this feature to remind their students of their schedules and also to share English content.

High fives on Hallo are similar to likes on different platforms. High fives are available through live streams, hop-ons, comments, messages, calls, and InstaMatch, and they are great ways to encourage teachers and students.

Teachers can see their transaction history by tapping the coin amount on their profile page or the coin amount on the top right side of the coin shop page. It has three sections such as Received, Spent, and Purchased where teachers can see every detail of their transactions.

Hallo is always trying to keep the platform safe and pleasant for everyone, and in order to make that happen, we need help from our community members. If teachers see inappropriate comments on streams, they can give them a warning first. If they continue, teachers can long press students’ profile picture to see the option to block. Once students get blocked by a teacher, they are no longer able to see the teacher, nor his or her classes on Hallo. If teachers receive inappropriate messages from students, they should report and block the students on their profile page so Hallo can review the report and decide whether to permanently ban them from Hallo.

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Students

General

Hallo is where English leaners become fluent:

1) Watch live English classes from natives 24/7

2) Practice with a native speaker one-to-one instantly

3) Meet new people and practice together

4) Overcome your fear of speaking

5) Share what you learn in groups

6) Keep track of your progress

We are all about practicality: speaking and interacting with real people.

If you are dedicated to learning English and improving speaking skills, you are welcome to Hallo, and you can install the app to create an account with accurate information. Make sure you use your real name, update your profile picture as well as the “About Me” section, and verify your country. Having accurate information will help you build credibility and find the right speaking partners quickly on Hallo.

Students can watch live English classes from native speakers 24/7, ask questions through comments, and even hop on to practice speaking with them on livestreams. Hallo is the best way to learn from and interact with native English speakers in a fun, affordable, and effective way. 

Students can also pay for private lessons on Instamatch or by scheduling private lessons with their favorite teachers on the teachers’ profile pages.

Speaking English with other learners is a great way to practice and improve speaking skills, and there are three ways to find speaking partners on Hallo:

1) InstaMatch: At the click of a button, students can find another English learner at their level to practice on an audio or video call.

2) Live Streams: There are a number of dedicated learners on livestreams. Students can interact with each other in real time and get to know each other.

3) Search Feature: Students can search for speaking partners by various criteria on the search page and send messages to become friends.

Speaking English for 30 minutes everyday will help anyone become fluent within a few months.

Absolutely! We have just introduced private and group lessons which will provide students with the opportunity to learn from native speakers in private. Thanks to group lessons, students will be able to make their lessons more fun and affordable as they invite their friends to their class.

Hallo rewards students that reach level 100 with a Hallo certificate. Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day-in and day-out. Learning a new language takes a long time, and we hope students continue to put in the time and effort to achieve their goals and dreams in life through language.

If students reach level 100, they can email us at support@44.235.88.108 with their full name and a screenshot of their profile so we can send them a customized certificate. Generally, it takes 5-7 business days to hear back from us and receive a certificate.

If you are late for your class, you won’t get a refund. We recommend that students keep their schedule and be aware of it.

Students can buy coins with a debit card or credit card, and as long as they can connect it with Google or Apple, they should be able to purchase coins on Hallo. For those who don’t have a debit or credit card, they can get a Google/Apple Store giftcard at a store in person or online. Also, we are planning to introduce additional payment gateways to make it more accessible in the near future. If students still have a technical issue after updating the Hallo app, restarting their phone, and logging back into Hallo, they can email us at support@44.235.88.108.

Students can cancel their Hallo Premium anytime, but they can’t get a refund for Hallo coins they’ve already purchased. If you have extra coins you don’t know how to use, we recommend hopping on a livestream or tipping or subscribing to your favorite teacher(s).

Hallo is always trying to keep the platform safe and pleasant for everyone, and in order to make that happen, we need help from our community members. If students receive inappropriate messages from other students, they should report and block them so Hallo can review the report and decide whether to permanently ban them from Hallo.

Students get suspended if they breach our code of conduct. Generally, if it’s not a major breach, they get unsuspended automatically in 3 days.

Currently, Hallo is only available on Android and iOS, but our web app will be launched at the end of 2020 so students will be able to use Hallo on their laptop or desktop in the near future!

Absolutely! We don’t ask for private information on Hallo, and even if we do, we don’t save or share any confidential information from our users.

If you find any technical issues or bugs, please report them through the Report Bug feature in settings or email us at support@hallo.tv with details. 

Our team wants to give you a special thank you for your patience with the Hallo platform as we are still building from the ground up. The Hallo app launched in April 2019 and we are excited to continue to add new features and perfect old ones to make the experience even more valuable and worthwhile to you and all of our users. By reporting bugs, you can help us improve our product and be a part of making Hallo an app that will change the future of language learning.

Features

Live streaming is a fun, engaging, and effective way to learn from native speakers. English learners can attend live classes, ask questions in real time, and practice speaking with natives and other exceptional teachers on live streams 24/7. Our vision is to democratize language learning and create a digitally immersive experience, without having to spend a lot of time and money living in another country. ​

Students can have lessons with teachers 1 on 1 through InstaMatch and scheduling:

InstaMatch

InstaMatch is a great way to find a teacher to practice speaking with whenever you want. The price on InstaMatch is $0.14 USD per minute ($8.4 USD/hour). This way, all students and teachers can have the same expectations for the quality and price of private lessons on InstaMatch.

Scheduling

Students can also visit teachers’ profile to book private lessons. Each teacher has their own price and schedule, so students can find teachers that have the right teaching style, schedule, and price for them by visiting their profile and checking out their live streams.

Hallo coins are a great way for students to interact with native speakers whenever they want. They can use coins to donate to their favorite teachers, use hop ons for speaking with native speakers, and subscribe to their favorite English teachers. Students can buy coins with a debit card or credit card, and as long as they can connect it with Google or Apple, they should be able to purchase coins on Hallo. For those who don’t have a debit or credit card, they can get a Google/Apple Store giftcard at a store in-person or online. Also, we are planning to introduce additional payment gateways to make Hallo coins more accessible in the near future.

Students can use 300 coins to subscribe to their favorite teacher and get benefits each month such as sub-only chat/video, exclusive group chat, private messages, schedules, and a beautiful balloon as a badge on the teacher’s streams. The majority of students subscribe to use hop-ons and practice speaking with native speakers, so teachers tend to provide their subscribes with the opportunity to speak with them through hop ons for free. Students can also subscribe for multiple months and to multiple teachers to learn from various teachers on Hallo. When students subscribe for multiple months, they get a discount and a different color for their balloon.

Hop-ons are the best way for students to learn from and practice speaking with native speakers on live streams, and there are two ways to use this feature:

1) Students can send a request to hop on with Hallo coins whether they are subscribed or not. Once the teacher accepts a request, the student joins the live stream and pays the teacher’s price per minute as long as they are hopped-on.

2) Teachers often invite their subscribes to join their stream for free to practice together, which is one of the many benefits students get by subscribing to their favorite teachers. 

To close hop-ons, the student or teacher can tap on the student’s screen to see the option to hop off the student. If a student runs out of coins while speaking with the teacher, it will show a notification that the student ran out of coins so the teacher knows that it’s her choice to continue talking or letting the student go.

Students love hop-ons!

 

Students can donate coins to support their teachers and send premium messages on live streams. When a student sends a donation, an animation of the student’s profile picture and a green message pop up. Giving tips is a great way to encourage teachers and express appreciation for their great lessons.

Hallo Premium helps students become fluent faster, and students can have a 7 day free trial or pay a monthly subscription fee to access the following:

1) Unlock every feature without leveling up

2) Practice on unlimited streams and video calls

3) Bring up to 4 friends for hop-on on your stream

4) Record your streams on your profile to rewatch

5) Select partners by gender or region for InstaMatch

6) Show golden name and support for Hallo family

Practice English everyday and become fluent on Hallo.

InstaMatch is one of the main features of Hallo that connects students at the click of a button so they can practice speaking on an audio or video call in real time. We also have just introduced InstaMatch private lessons so students can have 1 on 1 lessons with a native speaker whenever they want.

Stories are a fun way to interact with friends on Hallo by sharing photos or videos, similar to other social media platforms.

High fives on Hallo are similar to likes from different platforms. High fives are available through live streams, hop-ons, comments, messages, calls, and InstaMatch, and they are great ways to encourage teachers and students.

Students need to reach certain levels or use Hallo Premium in order to unlock features such as photo sharing, video calling, and live streaming on Hallo. If students listen to native speakers and practice speaking on a regular basis, they will be able to unlock all of the features in a few weeks.

Every time students watch live classes from teachers, invite friends to Hallo, or practice speaking though hop ons, calls, and InstaMatch, they earn points and level up. This gamification is a great way for students to keep track of their progress and understand how much time and effort they are putting in to improve their English on Hallo. Another benefit is unlocking premium features and earning a Hallo certificate as they continue to level up.

Students can find “InstaLog” on their profile page that shows them a list of people that they have spoken with before on InstaMatch. They can stay in touch and reach out to each other to have follow up conversations.

Students can see their transaction history by tapping the coin amount on their profile page or the coin amount on the top right side of the coin shop page. It has three sections such as Received, Spent, and Purchased where they can see every detail of their transactions.

Students get a notification when a teacher that they are following starts a class. In order to manage their notifications, they can go to their settings and notification page where they can manage push notifications, in app notifications, and notifications for particular teachers.

Students can go to other users’ profile page and click on “More’ to find the option to report or block them. If users are blocked, they are no longer able to see and interact with each other. At Hallo, we review reports everyday and suspend or permanently ban users that violate our code of conduct.

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  12. Inside look at the life of Language Interpreters
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  14. Inside look at the life of ASL Translators
  15. Inside look at the life of Computational linguists in the tech industry
  16. Inside look at the life of Speech Language Pathologists
  17. Inside look at the life of Content Developers
  18. Inside look at the life of International Business Workers
  19. Inside look at the life of Language Professors
  20. Interview Skills & What Interviewers Are Looking For – Panel
  21. Interview Skills & What Interviewers Are Looking For – Demonstrations & Practice
  22. How to Create the Best Resume
  23. Pros and Cons to getting certified online
  24. Developing personal brand (as a teacher, influencer, student, etc.)
  25. Tips for choosing a career
  26. How to transition to online teaching

Summit Agenda

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