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.
    Click_on_Settings__PC_.png
  2. Navigate to the Dual Monitor option on the General tab and verify that the setting is enabled.
    Dual_Monitor__PC_.png

MAC Client

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

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

Linux Client

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

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

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
    Dual_Monitor_Zoom_Meeting.jpg
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