To share your screen on a webinar, you'll need to use Chrome or Firefox. If you're using Chrome, be sure to add our Chrome extension first. There is no need for an extension on Firefox.

Step 1: Click the Share Your Screen icon on the left menu.

Step 2: Allow your browser to share your screen.

  • On Chrome, a window will pop up where you can choose which window to share. You can share Your Entire Screen or choose from the Application Window tab, then click Share.
  • On Firefox, a window will popup in the top left corner. Select Entire screen from the dropdown menu, then click Allow.

Step 3: Your shared screen will be displayed in the bottom left corner of the webinar screen initially. Maximize the shared screen so that your attendees can see it better. You can either make it fullscreen or maximize it with your camera feed in the bottom left corner.

  • To maximize your shared screen, double-click on it. This brings your camera feed in the bottom left corner. To bring it back up, double-click on your camera feed.
  • To have your shared screen take over the webinar screen without your camera feed being displayed, click on the blue fullscreen button. The same button will now be in the top right corner of the webinar screen. Click on it to show your camera feed again.
  • To see more options for showing your webinar screen, click the Change Layout icon on the left menu. Click here to learn more.

Step 4: To stop sharing your screen, click the Share Your Screen icon again.

Note: You will see a screen-within-screen effect when sharing your entire screen which is common with any screenshare tool. When you switch to another window or app you were going to show, the effect goes away. 

What happens is that the screen you're looking at is displayed on the webinar screen in real time. When you're looking at the webinar studio, you will see the webinar screen is displaying itself just like when you're looking into a mirror while another mirror behind you is visible.

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