If there is a presentation you want to give or just some statistics you want to present on Google Meet, you can do so by sharing your screen with other participants. Google meet puts this option under the banner “present now.” Here’s how you can do this for Google meet:

How to share your screen on Google meet

In case you’re using Chrome, you can share any chrome tab or any app window on your screen. 

Similarly, if you’re using Firefox, you can mirror your entire screen or app window. But, Safari or Mac are limited to sharing your screen only. We’ll be using Google Chrome in this article as it covers all three. 

  • To share your screen at any given point, tap on “present now” at the bottom toolbar. 
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  • Tap “your entire screen.” In the next menu select the screen that you want to share.
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  •  If you are using multiple screens it will appear here. Click on share. Google meet will start sharing your screen. If you want to share a window, tap on “A Window” from the “present now” menu. You’ll see all the running windows. 
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  • Select the window that you want to share and then click Share. If you want to share a website choose the “a chrome tab” option. You’ll see all the running tabs. Select the one you want to share and click share. If you don’t want to share the audio uncheck the share audio option. That’s it. You’re done. 
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