How To Use a Dual Monitor Display Follow

Overview

The dual-monitor display feature allows the video layout and screen share content to be placed on two separate monitors/screens. Gallery or Speaker view can be displayed on one monitor while the other monitor displays a content share. This is useful for PPT presentations and hiding notes from the participants.

Prerequisites:

  • PC, Mac, or Linux
  • Dual Monitors Enabled on the Operating System
  • CPU: i5+ Quad Core (or higher) | i5+ Duo Core (or higher) 2GHz+
  • RAM: 4GB+

Note: Review the following documentation on configuring dual monitors.

Enabling Dual-Monitors

Windows Client

To enable the Dual Monitor Display feature for your own use:

  1. Sign into the Zoom Client and click on Settings.
  2. Navigate to the Dual Monitor option on the General tab and verify that the setting is enabled.

MAC Client

To enable the Dual Monitor Display feature for your own use:

  1. Sign into the Zoom Client and click on Settings.
  2. Navigate to the Dual Monitor option on the General tab and verify that the setting is enabled.

Linux Client

To enable the Dual Monitor Display feature for your own use:

  1. Sign into the Zoom Client and click on Settings.
  2. Navigate to the Dual Monitor option on the General tab and verify that the setting is enabled.

Using Dual Monitor Display in a Meeting

  • The following is an example of what gallery view and content share looks like on a dual monitor display
  • The Zoom windows can be re-arranged to different monitors and can also be minimized or maximized
Was this article helpful?
Have more questions? Submit a request