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Best Home Theater Systems. Browse All News Articles. Firefox Translations. T-Mobile Voice Over 5G. HP Dev One. Microsoft Store Updates. Steam Deck Dock Delay. In this article I’ll show you how to share your computer screen during a live video call when you’re using a desktop computer. You can share your screen at any point during a Zoom meeting. But keep in mind that screen sharing abilities are available only to the meeting’s host by default.
If you’re not the host of the meeting, the host must allow participants to share their screens via the Security option in Zoom:. Now, the first step to sharing your screen is to click the green ‘Share Screen’ option at the bottom of the meeting’s window. If you can’t see the bar at the bottom with the different available options, hover your mouse over the bottom of thte window and it will appear.
If you’re sharing something with sound and you want others in the meeting to hear it, click the ‘Share Sound’ option at the bottom of the Window. At the most basic level, you’ll see a panel in green letting you know that you’re screen sharing and that will show if you’re muted or not. When you hover over those two options, you’ll also see more meeting controls at the top of the screen. After you’ve clicked the green ‘Share Screen’ at the bottom of your meeting’s window, you can choose the ‘Advanced’ tab from the window that pops up.
From there, you have the option to share only a portion of your screen, show slides or a powerpoint presentation as a virtual background, or share a video. If yes, you should be encountering a problem too often. Let’s assume you host a Zoom meeting, and a participant wants to share their screen. Most users simply make that participant as the host, in order to enable them to share their screen. While it’s not a big deal to simply change the host and continue the meeting, you might get annoyed when you or another participant want to share your screen after that participant.
Because the participant currently the host must make the next person who wants to share their screen as the host and pass the screen-sharing baton to them.