- You can share your screen on Google Meet to present documents, webpages, or tabs in the meeting.
- Google Meet lets you share your screen on a computer or mobile device.
- On a computer, you can choose whether you want to share the entire screen or only a window or tab.
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In the age of remote work, Google Meet, the teleconferencing tool from Google, offers businesses and teams a reliable option outside of industry leader Zoom.
Among its many features, Google Meet gives you the ability to virtually share your screen with other people in the meeting. This way, your team members can see the documents, presentations, spreadsheets, or webpages you’re looking at for easier collaboration.
If you’re using Google Meet on a computer, you can share your entire screen or a specific window or tab. On a mobile device, you can only share your entire screen. Here’s how to do it all.
How to share your screen in Google Meet using a computer
2. In the toolbar of icons at the bottom-center of your screen, click the icon for Present now, which looks like a square with an arrow inside.
3. In the pop-up menu, select whether you want to share Your entire screen, A window, or A tab.
4. Select the area of your screen you wish to share in the window that pops up.
5. Click Share.
6. To stop presenting, choose either Stop presenting in the top-right corner of the screen or Stop in the top-left.
How to share your screen in Google Meet using a mobile device
1. Join the Google Meeting. You can access the meeting from the Google Calendar app, from the Google Meet app, or from the Meet tab of the Gmail app.
2. In the bottom-right corner of the video screen, tap the icon of three vertical dots.
3. In the pop-up menu, select Share screen.
4. Tap Start Broadcast in the pop-up.
5. Your screen should now be visible to the other members of the meeting, and you can proceed with your presentation.
6. To stop presenting, tap Stop sharing in the center of your screen, or tap the icon of three vertical dots and select Stop sharing in the pop-up.