"all monitors" desktop sharing option like Skype client
"All monitors" desktop sharing option missing from Teams
Desktop sharing in Teams includes sharing 1 monitor OR sharing 1 app... in Skype for business client there is also sharing "All Monitors". When used, a presenter with two monitors will present a view showing both monitors in one window. The viewer can see both of the presenters screens in the one window. They can view this on one monitor or stretch this window across two monitors to make it much bigger and easier to see.
Alex tech commented
Or like with teamviewer, you can select which monitor you can see
When will this be enabled, so we can set Teams as our primary tool, not gonna happen until it´s there.
its a really urgent needed feature, customers just stop migration from skype4b or other products because of this missing feature
Our company has been using Skype for Business up until this last week when we were basically forced to start using Teams. We've always been able to share all monitors and we're a remote company so this was an vital feature as each employee has at least two screens. Really hoping this issue is addressed shortly.
Very much needed!
I'm also continuing with WebEx. Teams needs the functionality to have one screen to share the video and one to share the desktop. It's surprising this needs to be articulated at all ...
Screen sharing is no longer just about presentations, but also remote collaboration. The ability to share multiple screens is now needed with many people working in separate locations. Microsoft already has it in their remote help feature.
its a shame this doesn't exist already, this is a much needed feature
sharing 2 screens would be very helpful. I have user's that will not stop using Skype for business because of teams inability to share two screens.
Steve Selby commented
Just started using Teams for Tech support, so it is vital that we can see all screens in order to assist our users. Please make it happen Microsoft. Will have to go back to TeamViewer for now.
Lack of being able to split screen limits MS Teams functionality as it's difficult to update documents whilst discussing them via MS Teams. we will continue with SKYPE until this is corrected - sorry.
David Lim commented
this feature is deal killer, please make it happens asap!
Lack of this functionality is stopping us from migrating from GoToMeeting
sharing 2 screens would be very helpful we used the option frequently in meetings using skype for business
Deb Chatham commented
Please fix this! We need the ability to share 2 monitors for training.
Yes, please add the ability to pop-out any one video feed to a different monitor. It is also frustrating that it forces multiple video feeds on a single screen and arbitrarily crops the feed to fit the screen. This is handled much better with Cisco WebEx currently.
Please add the functionality to share all screens as our customers are relying on this function today with S4B. This is what's holding them back from fully moving to Teams. Thank you.
My company consists of developers and automation programmers. We cannot work efficiently without the option to share multiple screens.
We use TeamViewer to share screens to collaborate as a company. TeamViewer's software has this ability and then some. Along with being able to stretch out the screen to view both monitors, there is also an option to pop them out into their own individual monitors which was a huge deciding factor to use them.
Please add this as an option with individual monitor support.
I have not used the Skype for business client, but this idea seems to be asking for a multi window/monitor feature that is the same as one of the features in the following idea, which is now on the backlog:
I would suggest that everyone who voted here go vote on 31661131... Even though it is already on the backlog, more votes might get it a higher priority and a sooner release.
Richard Roy commented
PLEASE, and allow for ADMIN access when requested. It gets old trying to provide assistance to remote workers when I cannot do things that require elevation using the tool