With Remo Conference, you can easily share your screen so that other people can see what you see! For example, if you want to show an awesome webpage or you’ve prepared a brilliant cutting-edge presentation deck, sharing your screen is the easiest way to show that off.

And the good news is that you can share your screen in both Conversation Mode (with the other people at your table) AND in Presentation Mode (with everyone in the event). 

Currently, Remo allows you to share your screen on Chrome, Firefox, or Safari on a computer/ laptop. However, it doesn’t support screen sharing on a Phone or Tablet at the moment.

Please note that different browsers have different options for what you can share. For example, on a Chrome browser, you can choose between sharing your entire screen, an application window, or a tab. Whereas, in Safari, you can only share your entire screen.

Here’s how you can start screen sharing on Remo Conference:

Conversation Mode:

Guests, Speakers, and Event Hosts can all share their screen whilst in Conversation Mode.

1. Click the 'Share Screen' button in the menu bar located at the bottom of the screen

2. Select the screen you want to share and click the 'Share' button. You can also choose an individual application that is already open on your computer

Depending on the browser used, you will have different options for what you can share.

3. You can make your share screen bigger by clicking on the 'tile view' button on the menu bar

You can also maximize your share screen by clicking on the maximize button on the upper right corner of the share screen box.

4. To stop screen sharing, you can click again on the 'Screen Share' button

Presentation Mode:

In Presentation Mode, only Event Hosts, Registered Speakers, and Guests Invited on Stage can share their screen.

1. Click the ‘Share Screen’ button in the bottom menu toolbar

2. Select the screen you want to share and click the 'Share' button.

Depending on the browser used, you will have different options for what you can share.

3. Your shared screen will automatically become the primary focus and your video/audio stream (and other speakers’) will be arranged as a smaller box shown on the left-hand side of everyone’s screen.

If you would not like to use this focused view (i.e. you prefer having both the screen share and the mic/cam stream equally sized)... you can toggle back to Tile View):

If you opt for the Focus View and there are multiple screens being shared by different speakers, Event Hosts can choose which screen share should be the primary one (i.e. the focused one):

4. If another speaker shares their screen, the Event Host will get a notification at the top of their screen asking if they would like to make this second shared screen the primary focus.

The speaker who shared their screen will also get a message letting them know their shared screen request has been sent to the Event Host.

5. If the Event Host would like to make this new shared screen the primary focus, they can either click the ‘Make Primary’ button in that notification message -OR- they can hover over the shared screen in the left-hand side menu and click 'Replace Primary Screenshare'

Only the Event Host can select which shared screen to make the primary one.

6. Now the primary shared screen will become the one the Event Host just selected.

The Event Host can only select one shared screen to be the primary focus at a time.

Please note, that if you choose to record Presentation Mode, it records it in exactly the same layout as you opt for (Tile View or Focus View)

If you’re facing some technical difficulties when trying to share your screen, please check out this help article on for the common issues with Screen Sharing

Maximum resolution for screen share would be 1080 with a ratio of 4:3