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Screen sharing in Zoom Rooms for Touch Follow

Overview

If you set up Zoom Rooms for Touch, follow these steps to start screen sharing before or after starting a meeting.

This article covers:

Prerequisites

  • Zoom Rooms for Conference Room
    • Windows: 5.3.0 or higher
    • macOS: 5.3.0 or higher
  • Windows 8.1 or higher with a touch screen
  • Touch drivers installed on the computer

or

  • Zoom for Home compatible device

Screen sharing before starting a meeting

  1. On the touchscreen, tap Share Content.
  2. Follow the on-screen instructions to share content using the Zoom app, browser, or AirPlay.
    Note: If you want multiple participants to share at once, tap the toggle at the bottom of the screen.
  3. Use the screen share controls.

Screen sharing while in a meeting

  1. Start or join a meeting using Zoom Rooms for Touch.
  2. Tap the ellipses icon (...) in the bottom-right corner to display the integrated controller.
  3. Tap Share Content in the integrated controller.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions to share. You can use direct sharing, share.zoom.us, or Apple screen mirroring.
    Note: If you want multiple participants to share at once, tap the toggle at the bottom of the screen.
  5. Use the screen share controls.

Screen share controls

While screen sharing, you can tap on the following screen share controls in bottom panel:

Note: In addition to these options, you can use same annotation tools that are available during a whiteboard session.

  • HIDE: Hide the bottom panel. While it's hidden, tap the upwards arrow to show it.
  • STOP SHARE: Stop screen sharing and display the integrated controller.
  • NEW SHARE: Display instructions to share content. You can use direct sharing, share.zoom.us, or Apple screen mirroring.
  • START MEETING: Start a meeting while screen sharing.