The ability to share your screen is a powerful feature in Skype. This can be very useful if you would like to share a website or document, or show someone how to navigate or interact with something online.
- Another great feature inside of Skype…that allows you to effectively collaborate…is the ability to share your screen with others.…In this video we'll take a look at how I can share…my screen during a call.…Now this can be done with both the video…and audio only calls.…For this example, I'm going to place a video call…with Christen again, and then share my screen with her.…So if I go down here you'll notice…that I have several different windows open,…but I want to share this one on LinkedIn Learning.…So this is the window that I'd actually…like to share with her.…I'll go back to our Skype call,…and from here I'm going to place a call with Christen.…
I'll click on the video icon.…Hello Christen?…- Hey Oliver.…- All right, and from here I want to share…my screen with Christen,…and I can do this by going down to the plus button,…clicking there and then selecting Share screens.…Now it gives me this option to either…share my entire screen or share a window.…In this case I'll click share a window.…And from here I can decide…
- Creating a Skype account
- Adding contacts
- Making video and audio-only calls
- Sharing your screen
- Messaging with Skype
- Making calls to mobile phones and landlines
- Using Skype Translator
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to Skype
2. Skype Calls
3. More Ways to Make Skype Calls
4. Advanced Features
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