How To Share Your Screen On Discord

Discord is a free communication software allowing users to communicate via text, voice or video.

Many gamers, especially the ones that play PVP or PVM ( Player Vs Monster) type games, use discord to communicate with their teammates.

With Discord, you can create and join communities that share a similar interest as you.

There are also many other uses and features of Discord but in this article, I want to talk about how to share your screen on Discord.

Step 1
On the left side bar click on the friend you want to share your screen with.

Step 2
For this step you have to click on the phone icon located next to the name of the person you want to share your screen with.

Step 3
Once the call interface has opened up click the turn on screen share option, the monitor icon on the left.

Step 4
This is the last step. The screen share window will pop up after you have clicked the screen share option.

Click your screen image, located right in the middle of the window, above entire screen.

Once you have done that, you should now be sharing your screen to your friend that you called.

They will be able to see every action you do in real time.

Share your screen on iOS 12

Let others see your iOS 12 iPhone or iPad device screen. 
Here’s how:

1.Open the join.me app and start your meeting.

2.Tap Tap here to share your screen now. The Screen Recording notification is displayed.

3.On the Screen Recording notification, select join.me and tap Start Broadcast.

4.Tap anywhere to return to join.me. Your meeting participants now see your device’s screen.

5.To stop sharing, tap the Share button (bottom-right in the illustration below) and select Stop Sharing.

Discord now has video chat and screen share

Discord has rolled out some new and much requested features today: namely, the ability to video chat and screen share.

In the company’s words “you can share your face or screen pixels with another person’s eye pixels”, which is a very nice way of putting it, if you ask me.

Video chat supports up to ten people in a group direct message, and it supports “picture in picture”, which means you can chat via video while also looking at other stuff.

And the screen sharing works as you’d expect: other users can see your screen while you chat to them.RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU…


Updated: May 8, 2019 — 9:56 am

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