CoScreen provides a much more intuitive way for you to decide what you share and what you do not share with your peers.
The unique setup of CoScreen enables you to distinguish between the joint team desktop that you share with your team and your private desktop. If you have multiple displays, only one display is designated as your CoScreen and that is also the space where shared windows appear and are shared from. And no matter if you have one or multiple displays, you can also share only individual windows in an highly intuitive and transparent manner.
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You can decide intuitively which display you want to designate as CoScreen and you are also always in control whenever you want to share individual windows on this display.
Colored borders around the windows you share make it apparent which windows are actually being transmitted which avoids the endless confusion you might experience on daily basis with other solutions where users forget to share certain windows or - even worse - share windows they did not intend to share.
Unlike other solutions, CoScreen does neither share your desktop background nor the icons on your desktop but only the windows that are open on that display if you choose so.
CoScreen also enables remote users only to enter keyboard commands and shortcuts into particular windows you share - not at system-level on your entire desktop unlike other solutions.
All your connections are encrypted
CoScreen enables you to collaborate to connect through an end-to-end encrypted P2P (peer-to-peer) connection as long as there are only two participants and no corporate proxy or firewall blocks any traffic.
For more than two participants and/or if a firewall blocks your traffic it will be routed via our globally distributed video infrastructure which ensures connectivity in all circumstances.
Please reach out to us if you have any further questions or suggestions for new use cases for CoScreen.