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NEW: Desktop Share Annotation Feature

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A few months ago, we told you about Feature Frag.  This three day innovation challenge provided our engineering team the ability to design products that would enhance the ReadyTalk product base. While all the projects were pretty sweet, there were a handful that made it to the ReadyTalk service…a few of which we will explain in a series of posts. A big kudos to all participants for their time and energy, and stay tuned for future product news!

Annotation tools (also known as markup tools) have long been a favorite of the ReadyTalk slide presentation toolkit. This functionality has just been extended to Desktop sharing (Windows only) to keep participants engaged and focused on your software demonstration or any application running on your desktop.

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Make a stronger point by directly marking up your shared desktop, instead of using a mouse to point. Use markup tools to draw the attention to the topic at hand, by choosing a marker, highlighter, or even arrows to keep participants focused on the important details.  

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All annotations made while in desktop sharing mode are instantly captured and recorded enabling you to leverage your recorded content with more details for your viewers.

Please note, this feature is only available in desktop sharing mode, and is available for Windows only for the time being.

Learn more about Feature Frag or the other projects that made it into the ReadyTalk Service like the Request Control feature and the additional "Invite Others" options from on-demand meetings. .

 


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