When calling zoomSdk.shareApp(), the screen of the app is shared.
However, the toolbar/header of the window is shared as well, which includes the title and the buttons to close the window etc. That does not look nice, especially for our use case. Is there any possibility to hide the toolbar and just share the pure content of the app? Is there anything planned in the future?
Would using “Collaborate mode” hide the toolbar? It would be a lot of work to hide the toolbar but it might be our only option to create a great user experience.
Hide Zoom’s floating Meeting Controls
- In your Zoom meeting click More in the meeting controls.
- Click Hide Floating Meeting Controls
- Your Meeting Controls will then be hidden.
- To bring back your Meeting Controls, press the Escape button on your keyboard.
thanks for the answer. However, we did not refer to the same toolbar. The Floating Meeting Controls are not part of the screen share anyways. I am refering to the toolbar, which includes the name of the window and the close, hide, resize buttons of the window. Essentially, the green sharing frame should just be around the content of the window itself and not the header of the window.
The screen share is triggered by the “shareApp” call of the Zoom app.