Microsoft SharedView – Share Desktop Screen

Microsoft SharedView is a great screen sharing  tool which is used to manage small meetings, as it lets you share your desktop, applications, or documents with 15 people at the same time. One of the perks of this utility over the other desktop sharing tools is that it works perfectly through routers and firewalls. All you need is a Window Live ID!

Once the installation is completed, just launch it and login with your Windows Live ID.

Windows Live ID Shared

Now click the Start a new session option to initiate a new shared session.

Invitation SharedView

In the right side window it will show you the details which you will send to your participants, just send these details to your other members and they will be able to join you in the meeting. You can directly send the information via email by using the Open a new email message option.

SharedView Send Invitation


Click the Start button to start the session, the following bar will be displayed on the top of your desktop, now you can control the meeting from here.

SharedView - New Session

The Participants option shows the number of participants in the meetings and you can invite further members from here as well.

Participants -SharedView Once you have initiated the meeting and you want to share something with the participants, then simply click the Share button on the top of the screen and select the application that you want to share. You can also select your entire desktop on the bottom of the list.

SharedView - Share Download Microsoft SharedView

Please note that the requirement to have a Windows Live ID is only for starting the session, participants with any email ID can join the meeting. Enjoy!

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    Hi Aun,

    Maybe you would be interested in checking out Mikogo? It is a cross-platform desktop-sharing app for remote support and web conferencing. It is free and very easy to start. Drop by http://www.mikogo.com for more info or feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

    Thanks!

    Hsiang-Yi Cheng
    The Mikogo Team
    Twitter: @Mikogo

  • http://www.mikogo.com/ Mikogo_Web conferencing

    Hi Aun,

    Maybe you would be interested in checking out Mikogo? It is a cross-platform desktop-sharing app for remote support and web conferencing. It is free and very easy to start. Drop by http://www.mikogo.com for more info or feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

    Thanks!

    Hsiang-Yi Cheng
    The Mikogo Team
    Twitter: @Mikogo