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Chapter 23. Accessing and Using Your Network > Starting a Shared Session

Starting a Shared Session

When all your participants have joined the meeting and you’ve shared your handouts, it’s time to start the shared sessions. In Meeting Space, a shared session involves one of the participants performing some sort of action on his or her computer; the other participants see the results of those actions within their meeting window. You can perform three basic actions:

  • Demonstrating a specific program— This involves running the program on your computer so that other people in the meeting can watch what you do.

  • Collaborating on a document— This involves running a program and opening the document. The person who starts the shared sessions initially has control over the document, but control can pass to any participant.

  • Demonstrating any action— This involves sharing your desktop, which means that the other participants see anything you do on your computer.


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