Has your home become your permanent virtual meeting room? In virtual meetings, are you seeing presenters, slides and the chat tool? Then you’d benefit from a screen for each.
Here, red10 ‘s Karen Hyde explains how to set-up your virtual office, because two (or more) screens are better than one.
Adapting to the New Norm
Controlling everything through one laptop or screen is demanding. Keeping track of presenters, observing reactions from the team, keeping an eye on chat and looking for the right moment to respond…there’s a lot going on. With multiple screens, you can keep up with it all and organize content the way you want it.
In this article, we highlight:
- A great two screen set-up for Zoom
- A great multiscreen set-up for MS Teams
- A way to use your iPad to create a second screen if an extra monitor isn’t possible
- An advanced set-up using a hub