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How to Share Your Screen in Google Meet.
As you all know, Google Meet may be a video calling or video conferencing application introduced by Google itself. Anyone with a Google account can use Google Meet to plan meetings online or other personal reasons. Earlier, it wasn’t possible to host a gathering online with tons of participants, but Google Meet enables you to host and add up to 100 participants, and a gathering can last up to an hour . 
Google Meet isn't restricted to hosting a conference. Instead, it's tons quite that. Out of everything else, we shall mention its ‘Screen Sharing’ feature that's a touch confusing to figure with. 
As other platforms like Zoom, Skype, etc have the feature called screen sharing, Google Meet has it named as ‘Present Now.’ Most of the people aren’t conscious of what this feature does, and further, we’ll mention the steps to figure with an equivalent.
 With the assistance of ‘Present Now,’ you'll share your screen together with your colleagues on the video involve tons of purposes like presenting a presentation, sharing a blueprint, etc. 
The steps to use the ‘Present Now’ feature in Google Meet are: 

  1. Start sharing your screen anytime. All you would like to try to do is continue the ‘Present Now’ button on the rock bottom menu of the screen. 

  2. Select what on your screen you would like to share. If you decide on to share ‘Your entire screen,’ tap on an equivalent. The next window will appear with the screen you select to share. Tap on the ‘Share’ button to follow. Your entire screen will now appear within the chat window. 

  3. If you decide to share ‘A window,’ from the ‘Present Now’ menu, all the present windows on your screen will appear. Select the one that you simply want to share on a video call and click on on the ‘Share’ button. 
For sharing a selected website- for instance, YouTube, Facebook, etc.
 Next, all the websites that are opened on your desktop will appear. Select the one you would like to share on the video call, and press the ‘Share’ button. 
You can also share or not share the audio, as you wish. You’ll now see a window with the ‘Presentation Box’ on the highest of the window. you'll change between the presentation or participant’s view in between the decision. 
If you would like to prevent sharing your screen, tap on the ‘You are presenting’ button on the rock bottom of the screen, and click on ‘Stop Presenting.’ You now not be ready to share your screen with the

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