Meeting Center tools allow the host, presenters, and attendees to interact with each other just as they would if they were in the same location.
|Sharing Option||What Attendees See||Usage Tips|
Everything on your desktop and your mouse pointer in full-screen mode
File (Including Video)
The item you choose to share in the content viewer portion of the meeting window
The application you share and your mouse pointer in full-screen mode
A blank screen in the content viewer of the meeting window. Host and attendees can use Annotation tools to write, draw, and highlight information
Web pages loaded into the content viewer of the meeting window. Attendees can interact with Web pages you share. They cannot see your mouse pointer
Your Web browser and Web pages you share, as well as your mouse pointer
|Display Option||What Attendees See||Usage Tips|
A view of your complete screen. Attendees can double-click on their screen to see their taskbars
Synchronize Displays for All
The session window on top of all other windows on their screen. If sharing a presentation, this also brings all attendees to the same slide in the content viewer
A larger view of what is displayed
|Tool||What Attendees See||Usage Tips|
Questions you present in the Polling panel.
In the Chat panel, instant messaging between attendees.
In the Video panel, live video of a presenter or of attendees who have a webcam connected.
Question and Answer
The Q & A panel, where they can enter questions and receive answers.
If enabled, a toolbar at the top of the session window.
A palette of buttons in the Participants panel.
An indicator that their audio connection is muted.
A window with files a presenter has shared that can be downloaded.
The Breakout Session panel; Whiteboard, application, and desktop sharing tools; Chat panel.
A test (which you launch) in a new browser window.
For on-demand labs, specific applications or the entire computer. For in-session labs, applications and some Training Center communication tools.