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The Increasing Demand for Online Learning and Meetings via Zoom

The need for online learning and video conferencing through the Zoom Meetings application is growing rapidly. Zoom is not just for online video calls, chats, and screen sharing. It also has a drawing and annotation feature built-in. In this article, we will provide a detailed guide on how to draw on Zoom for laptops and PCs. Let’s dive in and learn together!

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Zoom Meeting is a specialized application for meetings and online learning, equipped with various features such as screen sharing, online chat, video calling, document sharing, whiteboards for presentations, PowerPoint presentations, and more. The number of participants in a Zoom meeting can be relatively large, up to 1000 people (depending on the Zoom plan you have). Zoom offers both free and paid versions, allowing you to choose the package that suits your needs.

1. Drawing on the Zoom Screen in the Screen Sharing Interface

When you have the need to draw or annotate something important on the screen you are sharing, follow these steps:

Step 1: Click on the Share Screen icon on the Zoom screen to start sharing.

share screen button

Step 2: Choose the window you want to share by double-clicking on it.

select screen to share

Step 3: Select the Annotate option in the menu bar displayed at the top of the computer screen.

select annotate tool

Step 4: Choose the tool you want to use.

Here, you will see a menu bar with various tools for drawing and annotating on the shared screen.

select drawing tool
Choose the appropriate tool based on your needs.

Step 5: Stop sharing the screen when you are done.

After completing your presentation on the screen, you can end it by clicking on the Stop Share button that appears on the menu bar.

stop sharing

2. Drawing on Different Backgrounds

In addition to sharing the active screen, Zoom users have two other options for sharing: creating a Whiteboard and sharing via iPhone or iPad screen (only available for iOS 11 or later).

Creating and Drawing on a Whiteboard

Based on your needs, you can create a whiteboard for easy explanation and note-taking during meetings. Similar to drawing on a shared screen, you can create and draw on a whiteboard using the following steps:

Step 1: Click on the Share Screen icon on the Zoom screen to start sharing.

share screen button

Step 2: Choose the Whiteboard option.

select whiteboard

Step 3: Select the drawing tools.

After choosing Whiteboard, a whiteboard will appear, and you can select the tools and start drawing on it based on your needs.

select drawing tools
Choose the desired tools and start drawing.

Step 4: Stop sharing the whiteboard.

Once you have finished presenting on the whiteboard, you can end the sharing by clicking on the Stop Share button.

stop sharing whiteboard

Sharing and Drawing via iOS Devices

To share your iOS device screen through Zoom on your computer, you need to connect them to the same Wi-Fi network. Additionally, your iPhone or iPad must be running iOS 11 or later.

Step 1: Select Share Screen via iPhone/iPad.

share screen via iOS

Step 2: Connect your iOS device to Zoom.

After selecting the iPhone/iPad option, you will receive the following instructions.

connect Zoom with iOS

Next, on the iPhone or iPad you want to share the screen from, swipe from the top right corner to display the utility panel and select Screen Mirroring.

select Screen Mirroring

You will see a list of available devices to connect to via Screen Mirroring. Select your Zoom device.

select Zoom device

Step 3: Share your iOS device screen on Zoom.

After waiting for about 30 seconds, your iOS device’s screen will start appearing on the Zoom screen. Everyone in the meeting will be able to see your iOS device’s screen.

drawing on iOS screen

If you want to draw on the shared screen, select Annotate and follow the same steps as sharing your computer screen.

3. Blocking Drawing on Zoom

After sharing your screen, you can block other participants from drawing on the screen by selecting More in the top menu bar. Then choose Disable Annotation for Others to prevent other participants from drawing on the screen. Alternatively, you can select Show Names of Annotators to see who has made annotations on the Zoom share screen.

block drawing on Zoom

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