Jim McMicking

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    Jim McMicking commented  · 

    Sharing a whole screen is not ideal when using a very large monitor as the image is hard to read for someone on the receiving end with a smaller screen or different aspect ratio. I suggest being able to designate multiple application windows as shareable in a session. Then, automatically share the one that has the focus on my machine - I'm calling this Follow-Me Sharing.
    Another option would be that the people I'm sharing with will see a list of my shareable windows and can elect to open two or more of them on their own monitors - perhaps the in focus window is mandatory in their chosen group while others are at their discretion.

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    Jim McMicking commented  · 

    Yeah, I'm always noticing the little red dot on the chat icon long after someone has entered it - usually not until I'm about to leave the meeting. I don't want to leave the chat window open all the time either as I need the real estate most of the time.

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    Jim McMicking commented  · 

    Would also be great if I could designate several windows as shareable, then have the active window share automatically as it comes to the top or gets the mouse focus.

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