New from ReadyTalk: Pause Desktop/Application Sharing

Keep Presentations Professional with Pause

Have you ever wanted to pause screen sharing in a meeting to do things on your system without showing potentially confidential information?

As a chairperson or co-presenter, with pause, you will be able to do just that and you will have a better user experience and deliver a more polished presentation.

In the screen sharing tool bar, a pause button has been added. This button enables you to freeze the screen sharing session on a specific screen and allows you to navigate around your desktop without your participants seeing what you are doing. When you are ready to share again you simply click the button.

 

Simply select pause to pause screen share.

 

Select play to continue sharing your screen.

Give it a try for yourself! Try it for free. And let us know what you think by leaving a comment below. 

 

 

 

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Leigh Clancy

Leigh Clancy

Leigh Clancy is a Product Marketing Manager at ReadyTalk. In this role she interfaces with product management, marketing, customers and customer-facing teams extensively to help with targeting, messaging, positioning and product launches. Leigh started her career in marketing over fifteen years ago working for high-tech companies such as Harbinger, Verio, Level 3 Communications, iBAHN and Symplified, where she gained valuable knowledge on how to market very complex, technical products and services to a wide variety of audiences. Outside of work you can find her trying to learn to golf, reading, traveling, hosting backyard movies, camping, tasting wine and spending time with family, friends, and her dog.

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