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In contrast to sharing a web browser, you can share web content. The difference is sharing web content allows participants to interact with the website independently of each other and independently of you, the presenter. So I am going to choose Share > Web Content, paste in the URL, and click on OK. I see a security screen. I will just click Yes to confirm. At this point, participants are seeing the website independently of me. This is what the Participant view looks like. So they can click on links, and explore this website, and this is the Presenter view.
I'm in the Subscription Plan page. I will move back to the homepage. I'll choose the Subject menu and select a topic. When I no longer want the participants actively using that website, all I need to do to stop the sharing is to close the tab using the X in the top right corner of the tab. It asks me if I want to save the current document. I will click No, and I'm back to WebEx without any browser content showing.
I think you'll find that allowing participants to share web content is a nice way to allow them to explore a website in a controlled environment. But, you do want to remind them that eventually they have to come back and rejoin the group.
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