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Sharing screen while seeing all meeting participants in Android tablet

Hanzala
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I intend to buy an Android tablet and do my zoom meetings using it, but I need to see meeting participants while sharing my tablet screen.

According to this help article "Sharing your screen while seeing all meeting participants" in the prerequisites section:

https://support.zoom.com/hc/en/article?id=zm_kb&sysparm_article=KB0061332

You need Windows or Mac client to be able to see meeting participants while sharing screen. And this functionality doesn't work of course in Android phones (I don't know about iPhone).

However, I tried a meeting with my friend, who has an iPad and he could share his screen and see meeting participants at the bottom of his iPad screen the same time!

 

So, is this functionally works as well in Android tablet? is there a minimum screen size for the tablet so that it could work?

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Krunal121
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Checked with support and they say that Android tablets DOESN'T SUPPORT more than 8 participants without scrolling down.

 

SO THIS MAKES ZOOM PRACTICALLY UNUSABLE FOR ANDROID TABLETS....

 

FOR HOSTING A MEETING OF LETS SAY 80 PARTICIPANTS ALSO....U WILL HAVE TO SCROLL DOWN 10 TIMES...VERY BAD....

 

MOREOVER THEY DONT HAVE ANY TIMELINE AS TO WHEN THEY WILL FIX IT.

 

THIS INFORMATION IS VALID FOR LATEST VERSION OF ZOOM DATED 11TH JUNE 2024

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Krunal121
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Checked with support and they say that Android tablets DOESN'T SUPPORT more than 8 participants without scrolling down.

 

SO THIS MAKES ZOOM PRACTICALLY UNUSABLE FOR ANDROID TABLETS....

 

FOR HOSTING A MEETING OF LETS SAY 80 PARTICIPANTS ALSO....U WILL HAVE TO SCROLL DOWN 10 TIMES...VERY BAD....

 

MOREOVER THEY DONT HAVE ANY TIMELINE AS TO WHEN THEY WILL FIX IT.

 

THIS INFORMATION IS VALID FOR LATEST VERSION OF ZOOM DATED 11TH JUNE 2024

OK, thank you for sharing these details with me and for future people who have the same question.

I appreciate it.