During a BlueJeans meeting, you can share the contents of your computer screen or of one specific application window with the other participants in the meeting. This video shows how to share your screen, and it also shows what it looks like when other people in your meeting share their screen.
- [Instructor] BlueJeans makes it easy to share your screen…or individual applications on your screen…with the other participants of a meeting.…First, I want to start by showing you the applications…that I currently have running on my computer right now.…So I have an Excel spreadsheet.…I have a PowerPoint presentation.…If I jump over to the Edge web browser,…I've got a webpage that I was browsing.…In another tab, I've got my BlueJeans page,…but we're just going to stick with this page.…Now I also have a BlueJeans meeting already in progress.…
I just minimized that…so I'm already in this meeting with Garrick.…Hey Garrick.…- Hey there.…- So Garrick and I can just talk normally…just like any other meeting.…If there were other participants, that would be fine.…We're just having a normal meeting here.…But at some point,…you may need to share something on your screen…with somebody else in the meeting.…So to do that, we're going to go over…to the share screen button on the right side.…I'll click on that and we have some options.…
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- Name what must be installed to launch a BlueJeans meeting.
- Recall what is required to join a meeting as a moderator.
- Recognize what happens when a person sharing an application view with you closes or minimizes that application.
- Identify the calendar applications that are compatible with BlueJeans Meetings.
- Explain where recordings are saved on the BlueJeans site.