Screen sharing is a useful feature that allows you to share your iPhone or iPad screen with someone while on a video call. This feature can be especially helpful when you need to show someone how to do something on your device. In this article, we’ll walk you through the steps to screen share on Google Duo on iPhone.
Firstly, you’ll need an iPhone or iPad running at least iOS 12 or a higher version and someone to make a video call with. Next, open the Settings app on your device and scroll down to the Control Center. Customize the controls by scrolling down and adding the screen recording as an option. If it’s already there, then you can skip this step. Once you’re done with that, exit the Settings app and open up your Google Duo app.
Join a call from your Google Duo app, and you’ll see the call screen. In order to share your screen, swipe down from the top right of the screen if you’re on an iPhone 10 or later, or swipe up from the bottom if you’re on an iPhone 8 or lower. Press hard on the screen recording dot, change from camera roll to meet, and choose whether to have your microphone on or off. After that, hit start broadcast, and wait for the countdown to finish. Click anywhere else, and now you’re sharing your screen.
You can show an example by opening up a game, for instance. There might be a bit of a lag, which is normal. To stop the broadcast, hit the red button in the top corner, click stop broadcast, and go back to your Google Duo video call. You can now proceed to share your video.
Screen sharing on Google Duo on iPhone is an easy process that can be done in a few simple steps. With this feature, you can share your screen with someone while on a call without the need for any third-party apps.