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I am hitting a road block...
I am using Zoom version 220.127.116.111 for Linux (installed on Fedora 35 via Flatpak).
I used to be able to activate multiple screen share for participants but I no longer seem to be able to.
As you can see, the relevant option is just not there (although I am the host):
Clicking on "Advanced sharing Options..." reveals the following:
I tried to change those options but it does not solve the issue.
I did activate the screen sharing in "Security" before trying that:
Also I did activate the dual monitor option:
Finally, I also think that I have the right settings on the web interface that Zoom offers to change more options:
I uninstalled and reinstalled zoom, but it did not change anything.
So is Zoom buggy or am I doing something wrong?
For info, I think the trouble started when I used the web interface to change the options since my participants could not share their screen while I was still sharing mine which was a limitation for my workflow (I am teaching stats, everyone needs to see everyone screen at all time).
Thanks for your help!
Solved! Go to Solution.
Thanks so much Raj-TiLL! This issue had really negatively impacted my teaching and I can confirm that this is indeed THE SOLUTION. I am very disappointed by Zoom's official support for 1) not making this clear in the settings and 2) for not answering earlier to this post.