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Can Zoom See My Entire Screen When Streaming a Call?

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Whether you want to chat with someone, join a meeting, or hold a presentation, Zoom is an excellent platform. But when you’re in a call, you might wonder, “Can Zoom participants see my entire screen when streaming a call?”


Can Zoom See My Entire Screen When Streaming a Call?


This is a point of concern for many because in most cases, you want to ensure no one can see what else is on your screen but you. But sometimes you want the other participants on the call to see what you see on your screen.


If you’re wondering whether other Zoom participants can see your screen, look no further. In this article, we’ll discuss everything you need to know about sharing screens in Zoom.


Can Zoom See My Whole Screen When Streaming From a PC?


When you join a Zoom call from your PC, the other participants can’t see your computer screen by default. They only see what you allow. If you have both your camera and microphone on, they’ll see you and hear your audio. You can choose to enable one of those two or disable both. The same goes for when you’re the host of a Zoom call.


But at any point during the meeting, the host or other participants of the call can share their entire screen. If they choose to share the entire screen, everyone in the call will see it. This is especially useful for business meetings, presentations, or lectures.


But just because one of the participants shared their screen, it doesn’t mean everyone can now see yours too. Your screen remains private until you decide to enable the sharing screen option on your own device, and no one else can do it for you.


If you want other participants in a call to see your whole screen and you’re using a PC, follow the steps below:



  1. While in a call, tap the “Share screen” button at the bottom of your screen.

  2. A pop-up window with different options will show up. Choose to share the entire screen.

  3. Zoom will automatically switch to full-screen. You can exit it at any time by pressing the Esc key on your keyboard or by pressing the “Exit Full Screen” button.


Once 80% of participants in a call receive your shared screen, you’ll see a notification saying that you’re screen sharing. The message will stay at the top of your screen until you stop sharing it.


When you share your entire screen, don’t forget that everyone can see it, including the messages and notifications you receive. If you want to prevent this, opt for other screen-sharing options, such as sharing a particular app.


It’s also important to remember that even though you can share your whole screen with others, they don’t have control over it. This means other participants can’t access your apps, messages, and folders just because you shared your screen with them. The participants can only see what you show them.


Can Zoom See My Whole Screen When Streaming From an iPhone?


If you’re using Zoom from an iPhone and you’re worried everyone can see your screen, you’ll be happy to know that unless you enable screen sharing, that’s not the case. Normally, if you’re in a call, other participants can only see your video and/or audio, depending on your settings. If you want, you can disable both and only listen or only view the conversation.


Zoom protects your privacy, which means no one can enable the screen-sharing option but you, not even the host of the call. Plus, if one of the participants shares their screen, your screen will not be shared automatically.


When you want to share your entire screen from an iPhone, and you’re in a call, follow these steps to do so:



  1. While in the call, tap “Share content.”

  2. Several options will show up on the screen. Tap “Screen” to share the entire display.


If you haven’t shared your screen before, you’ll have to set it up within your settings:



  1. Open the Settings app.

  2. Tap “Control Center,” and then tap “Customize Controls.”

  3. Tap the plus sign to add “Screen Recording.”

  4. Tap the red bar and return to Zoom.

  5. Swipe left to access the instructions for broadcasting to Zoom.

  6. Swipe up to access the control center.

  7. Press and hold the record button.

  8. Tap “Zoom,” and then tap “Start Broadcast.”

  9. Your screen will be shared in the call after the count of three.


Whenever you want to stop sharing the screen, tap the red bar at the top.


Keep in mind that every participant in the call will be able to see the notifications you receive. You can prevent this by choosing a different sharing option, such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Photos, etc. Whatever you decide to share, you don’t have to worry about others accessing your iPhone. Sharing your screen means others can only view it, but they can’t control it.


Can Zoom See My Whole Screen When Streaming From an Android Device?


Zoom is also available as a mobile app for Android users. If you enjoy using it but aren’t sure whether the app has access to your whole screen, you can have peace of mind knowing it doesn’t. Namely, when you’re in a Zoom call, others can only see your video or audio or both. You can always customize these by enabling both or none.


Enabling or disabling screen share is always up to you. If one of the participants shares their screen, your screen won’t be shared automatically.


If you want to share the screen from your Android device, follow the steps below:



  1. During the call, tap “Share.”

  2. You’ll see different sharing options show up. Tap “Screen.”

  3. A pop-up message will appear asking you to allow Zoom access to different features. Tap “Allow.”

  4. Tap “Start now.”


Tap “Stop Share” whenever you want to disable sharing. We recommend enabling the “Do Not Disturb” option before sharing your screen with others. That way, nobody can view notifications you may receive, and you can share your screen without interruptions.


If you’re wondering about other participants accessing your phone, you’ll be happy to know sharing a screen means they can only view it. Other people in the call can’t access or control your device.


Can Zoom See My Whole Screen When Streaming From an iPad?


If you own an iPad and want to use Zoom, but you’re wondering if the app automatically has access to your whole screen, you should know it doesn’t. Whether you’re hosting a call or are a participant, Zoom can’t automatically share your screen with others.


Zoom allows you to customize if others can see or hear you. You can even disable both features and only view or listen to the call. When you decide you want to share your entire screen, you can enable the option within the menu. The option is useful when you want to show something on your iPad to the participants.


If you want to learn how to share your whole screen from an iPad, follow the steps below:



  1. While in the call, tap “Share content.”

  2. You’ll see different options on your screen. Tap “Screen” to share the entire display.


If this is your first time sharing a screen in Zoom, you’ll have to set it up within your settings:



  1. Go to your settings.

  2. Tap “Control Center” and select “Customize Controls.”

  3. Tap the plus sign to add “Screen Recording.”

  4. Tap the red bar and return to Zoom.

  5. Swipe left to access the “Broadcast to Zoom” instructions.

  6. Access the control center by swiping up.

  7. Select and hold the record button.

  8. Tap “Zoom,” and then tap “Start Broadcast.”

  9. After the count of three, you’ll start sharing your screen.


When you’re sharing your screen, it’s important to know other participants don’t have any control over your iPad. They can only view your screen without the possibility of accessing your device. Whenever you’re done sharing your screen, tap the red bar, and then tap “Stop.”


Control What Others See When Sharing Your Screen


Zoom can never share your screen without your permission, regardless of the platform you’re using. Only you can enable this option. When you share your whole screen with others, keep in mind they can see everything, including the notifications you receive. If you want to prevent this, enable the “Do Not Disturb” option on your device or choose a different sharing option.


Do you often use the sharing screen option in Zoom? Do you opt for sharing the entire screen? Tell us in the comments section below.

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