WhatsApp now supports screen sharing, a long-awaited feature. In this context, the instant messaging platform supports screen sharing during video calls between users on different devices. Wondering how to show off your presentation to others? The necessary procedures are outlined below.
- But before we get too deep into the stages, there are a few things you should have in mind:
- You need to update your mobile or desktop version of WhatsApp to the most recent release.
- This function is only available during a live video chat.
- It can be used for one-on-one or group video chats.
- There are security concerns that could lead to scams, money fraud, and other forms of criminal activity.
- Although there are safeguards in place, users can still capture screenshots.
How to use WhatsApp on Android and iOS to share your screen
- Simply launch WhatsApp and start a video chat.
- After updating WhatsApp, launch the app and initiate a video conversation with a single contact or a group of individuals to whom you’d like to broadcast your screen.
- To use the Screen share feature, select the new button on the bottom ribbon.
- A new screen-sharing button (resembling a phone symbol with a forward arrow) will appear during the ongoing video conference. Select it to begin showing the other person what’s on your phone.
How to Screen Share in WhatsApp on Windows
- To use WhatsApp, open the most recent version from the Microsoft Store.
- Start a video chat with a friend or the whole office.
- Select the “Share Screen” option.
- Here, you’ll have the option of sharing the entire screen or just a specific window (Chrome, File Explorer, etc.).
- Repeatedly tapping the Share icon after making a selection
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