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As more and more meetings become remote, it might be helpful to share your phone or computer screen with coworkers or students when you’re on a Zoom video call.
Whether it’s a marketing presentation or lecture slides, sharing a screen can be an easy way to show others your work. Additionally, you may wish to share your iPhone or Android phone screen if you don’t have access to a full computer screen at the time of the call.
On either device’s app, you can share your screen from the homepage — to join an ongoing call — or once you’re already on the call screen yourself. The process looks slightly different on desktop and mobile devices, and the desktop version definitely offers more — including options to annotate and use a whiteboard.
Here’s how to do both.
How to share screen on Zoom from its homepage
1. If you haven’t started a call yet, you can begin sharing your screen from the Zoom app home screen. On your desktop, this option is found in the “Home” tab. On your phone or tablet, this is found at the top of the “Meet & Chat” tab. …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Tech