Dialpad Meetings allows you to start a screen share to display your entire screen or just a single tab to other Participants.
Let's take a look at sharing your screen in Dialpad Meetings.
Start a Screen Share
From an active conference, select the Screen Share icon and choose Your Entire Screen, Application Window, or Chrome Tab.
Select Share after choosing an option, then you'll see an alert in the top-right corner that indicates you are sharing your screen.
If you're using dual monitors, you'll need to also select the screen to share by scrolling down in the pop-up.
Disable a screen share by selecting the Screen Share icon again.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Can I still access conference controls while sharing my screen?
Yes, you're able to return to the active conference and access conference controls as usual.
Who can end a screen share?
Organizers are able to end screen shares started by themselves or other Participants in the conference. Participants, however, can only end screen shares they started.
Is a Dialpad Meetings account required?
No, all Participants in the conference can share their screens.
Which web browsers can I use for this feature?
Please review this Help Center article to understand the web browsers supported by Dialpad Meetings and its capabilities.
Can I use screen share on my mobile device?
Is the screen share stored?
Screen shares are encrypted both in transit and at rest from the time you start it until it ends. None of the information you display is accessible to anyone other than the Organizer and Participants viewing the screen share through a conference URL.
Dialpad Meetings does not retain a screen share and its data after the screen share ends.
I upgraded to macOS Catalina or later — why isn't screen share working?
You'll need to go into your computer's security and privacy settings and grant Google Chrome access to Screen Recording in order to use Dialpad Meetings' screen share feature.