Digital meetings on Teams let us stay connected and present ideas to others, internally and externally.
Whether you’re helping someone troubleshoot, explaining a feature, or demonstrating a new tool, it’s a lot easier if the other participants can see what’s happening from your side.
- To share your screen during a Teams meeting, click the square icon in the toolbar and select the window you want to share.
- You can share your entire desktop which will show the other participants exactly what you’re doing even if you switch windows, or you can choose to share just a specific app or browser.
- Once you’re sharing a screen, depending on your organization’s settings, you can also grant remote access to another person on the call, or request access from whoever is currently screen sharing.
- To stop sharing, click the square button in the tool bar and select the “stop sharing” option.