Sharing Contents in Teams Meeting.
While in a Teams Meeting, we all share content to collaborate with each other. When it comes to sharing screen, most of us just share our whole desktop and often end up in embarrassing situation by invasion of privacy. Here is a quick go through of screen sharing options to avoid such situations.
To share your screen in a meeting, select Share content in your meeting controls. Then, choose to present your entire desktop, a window, a PowerPoint file, or a whiteboard.
Share your Desktop when you want to show your entire screen, including notifications and other desktop activity and it is great when you want to share seamlessly share multiple windows.
Share a window when You only need to show one thing and want to keep the rest of your screen to yourself and restrain viewers to see other notifications and activity.
When you want to share a presentation and want others to be able to move through it at their own pace, select the PowerPoint option from the sharing window.
While collaborating in real-time, for your brain-storm sessions, select whiteboard option from the sharing window.
If you are sharing a video or something that needs sound, select Include computer Audio from the sharing window and then viewers can listen to your device audio.
While sharing if you want some other person to access your device remotely, you can give access by selecting Give Control, and when you are done you can restore control by Take back Control.
When you’re done sharing, go to your meeting controls and select Stop sharing.
Here’s a little quick tip for shared content- Want to get a better look at shared content? Click and drag to see different areas. And to zoom in or out, try the following:
• Pinch in or out on your trackpad
• Use the keyboard shortcuts Control + Plus sign and Control + Minus sign
• Hold the Control key and scroll with your mouse.