During a meeting, you can share applications, all or part of your screen, and many of the items stored in the Library such as documents, screen captures, and rich media (videos) for all meeting participants to see.
Depending on the capabilities available to your organization, you might not be able to share some items described here.
Click an item in the Library to see the available options for it. Share
shows for a selected item that can be shared. Web addresses (URLs) are stored in the Library, but are not shared. Read below to learn more.
Sharing your screen or an application
You can share an application, part of your screen, or your full screen.
If you have more than one monitor and you select to share all of your screen, you will be prompted to select which monitor to share. When you share part of your screen (a frame), the frame begins using the first monitor in the list, but you can move it to another monitor. When you share an application, the sharing takes place on the monitor of the computer on which that application is running.
Screen sharing is not available for meeting rooms that open in a web browser on Macintosh.
You can share documents stored in the Library. When you share a document, you can use the tools in the sharing area to navigate and highlight the shared content.
Any presenter can click the Screen capture icon
in the Library to take a screen capture of their screen to share immediately or post to the Library to share at another time.
Screen capture is not available for meeting rooms that open in a web browser.
To share rich media such as a video, add the web address (URL) to the media in the meeting Library. Each meeting room participant can then play the media on their computer, assuming they have the appropriate application that lets them play rich media.
Web addresses (URLs)
Web addresses (URLs) are stored in the Library. However, unlike many other items in the Library, web addresses are not shared and seen by meeting room participants in the sharing area. Instead, a presenter sends a web address (URL) to participants and each participant opens the web page in a separate browser window on their computer. Each person can then browse and navigate the window themselves; participants will not see what the presenter does with the web page in their own browser window.
Parent topic: Manage meetings