Overlay (Virtual Teleprompter for Zoom, Google Meet, etc)

TLDR: Use Speakflow in your virtual video conferences

Note for Apple/Mac users

1. You must enable Screen Recording for your browser (Chrome, Firefox, etc) - https://support.apple.com/guide/mac-help/control-access-to-screen-recording-on-mac-mchld6aa7d23/mac 
2. Safari does not offer the ability to select an individual window, so we must recommend using Chrome or Firefox in this case.

Overlay allows you to view (but not control) other applications underneath your script:

For example, you can place a Zoom window behind your script so that you can see your audience without switching windows:
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You can share any window. Zoom, Google Meet, Powerpoint, etc. However, note that you cannot control other windows using Overlay mode. You can only see them. Speakflow runs in the web browser, and currently web browsers are not able to control other programs (such as Powerpoint). So, unfortunately, we aren't able to offer that functionality right now. To control other applications, you'll have to switch to the application you'd like to use.

Using Overlay

** Join your meeting room on (Zoom, Webex, etc) then: ** 

Press the "Overlay" button in the bottom right corner:
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Note: If you're using a smaller screen, it may appear as icon only:
The Browser modal below will appear after you click "Overlay, you will be presented with three tabs: "Entire Screen", "Window" and "Chrome Tab".

Select "Window", choose which window you'd like to share, then click "Share"
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Once selected, the "Share" button will turn blue. Click it, and you will see the screen appear behind the text.

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