You can present your entire screen or a specific window in a meeting. While you present, you can share information such as documents, presentations, spreadsheets, and more.
Tip: Allow notifications. They tell you when your screen is visible.
What you can present
- New employee training
- Project ideas for new clients
- Meeting notes, projects, road maps, research
- Proposal edits
- Classes or conferences that can’t be attended in person
Tip for G Suite users: Learn how to hold large remote events for up to 250 people.
Share and present during a video meeting
Present during a meeting
To present your mobile screen, select the Present screen option in your Android Meet app.
- Join a video meeting using the mobile app.
- Tap More Present screen.
- Everything on your screen will be presented to everyone in the Meet meeting.
Join only to present
When you join to present, only your window or application is displayed in the meeting. No audio or other video is sent or received.
Open the Meet app and select an option:
Swipe up from the bottom and select a scheduled meeting.
Tap Meeting code and enter the meeting code or nickname. The hyphens in the code are optional.
Instead of tapping Join meeting, tap Present.
Everything on your screen will be presented to everyone in the Meet meeting. No audio is sent or received.
In the Meet app, tap Stop presenting.
Present if someone else is already presenting
You can present your screen even if someone else is already presenting.