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Second Screen Display

When you are hunting for the right way to enhance a viewer’s experience, a second screen display could just be the detail you’re lacking! It sounds so simple, but two screens working for you will help everyone’s overall experience be better off. Take a look at just what V-Cube can do to make it work in your favour!

What is second screen display?
This is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. A second screen that is going to display information that you can use to strengthen the points that you are making. For example, you could have your word document with your notes, along with relevant live updating statistics, and even a small view of your slideshow all on one screen. Yet all your viewer sees is going to be the current slide, unless you choose to push something onto the primary screen.

This will help you make your webcast stronger, bolder, richer, and better informed. Yet, it’s all going to be hidden on your second screen so that it’s still clean, targeted and professional for those who are going to be watching either in-person or virtually.

How can I get this working for me?
If you’re liking the concept of this kind of display, but you aren’t entirely sure just how you want to get it working for yourself, one of the most important details is going to be the idea of actually using it in a way that matters for your presentation. For example:

● Live updating statistics from votes or social feeds: When you are looking at a live Q&A with social integration, or some sort of data that comes in from other focuses, you’re going to be able to have it up and visible on the second screen so that you can flip from one tab to another, and scroll up and down the feeds as you need to. Great especially for looking for questions and more.

● Your meeting notes and reminders on particular slides: A popular use for second screen display is going to be a listing of your presenter notes. Great for reminders on particular slides, or even just your word document, many use this as a tech-based equivalent to cue cards or a notebook.

● Windows showing the engagement statistics: If you are using V-Cube’s other engagement tool options, the second screen will help you to enjoy access to them without your viewers being able to see it all.

● Access to your virtual subscribers’ screens: For those who have a hybrid presentation, you can also use the second screen to have up the viewers’ windows so that you can see if they’re paying attention, and to check on how many online subscribers are tuned in.

Final thoughts
It sounds so simple, but sometimes it really is that simple. Getting information where it needs to go will help create a better webcast for everyone. When it comes to your webinar, your presentation, or your lecture, that’s what is going to count at the end of it all. Best to make sure that you’ve got it all covered.

Realistically speaking, this whole concept has been around for a while, but it’s one of those things that often doesn’t get put to use properly. Help change that for the better by focusing on seeing just what second screen display can do for your presentation when you know how to put it to use properly.  

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