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Two monitors with different views during "hybrid" meeting

GIPC
Newcomer
Newcomer

Smart people:

We often have "hybrid meetings", meaning people in the conference room plus people on Zoom.   Our conference room setup involves a laptop dedicated to managing the Zoom meeting with a large (72") monitor on the wall and an Owl camera for video and audio.    Works well, as far as it goes.

We'd like to add a second monitor (and controlling laptop if needed) so that we can ALWAYS see the gallery.  We often switch to a shared desktop view and folks in 'Net land get torqued off because we can't see all of them as they raise their hands with questions.

So, ideal situation: one monitor displaying the current speaker/desktop/whatever and one monitor showing nothing but a gallery view no matter what other foolishness is going on.

How do we get there?

Thanks in advance!

Ray

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YaBoiB
Community Champion | Zoom Employee
Community Champion | Zoom Employee

Hello @GIPC

 

 You do not need a second computer with the monitor. Zoom Rooms have dual monitor setups. See the support article link, read it and let me know if this meets your requirements. 

https://support.zoom.com/hc/en/article?id=zm_kb&sysparm_article=KB0068131#h_01FSQFZT84H5649X3VEEXAPA...

Plus, if you had a second laptop in the meeting you would have two audio sources in the same room and could experience feedback. That is never good for anyone. 

 

Here is a screenshot of one of my Zoom Rooms settings. 

Screenshot 2024-06-11 at 4.22.49 PM.png

 Hope this helps!


Brandon (he/him/his)
Zoom Community Champion
Have you heard of Zoom AI Companion?

NeishaCo
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Newcomer

This is great information. Thank you!