Get Screen Sharing for Tnet Mail or Gmail with Screenleap.

There are multiple screen-sharing programs out on the Internet to choose from. What makes Screenleap so attractive is its simplicity. It is incredibly easy to use and requires no downloading. Screenleap for Gmail allows you to access screen-sharing simply by clicking a button in your Tnet Mail or Gmail.

The installation process is easy. Following these steps will place buttons in your Tnet Mail or Gmail for hassle-free screen-sharing:

  1. Launch Chrome. Screenleap for Gmail will not work in any other browser.
  2. Log in to your Tnet Mail or Gmail account.
  3. Go to Screenleap for Gmail in the Google Chrome webstore  and click Add to Chrome. Click Run if the Java Runtime permission window appears.
  4. Refresh your Tnet Mail or Gmail or open it in a new tab or window.

Once you have installed Screenleap for Gmail, there are four ways to share with your contacts. So sharing your screen is easily accessible regardless of what part of your Gmail or Tnet Mail you are using.

Method One: In email composition mode

Click Compose in the upper, left corner of your Tnetmail or Gmail. When you begin drafting your email, you will see a green Share Screen button above the From field. When you click it, a linked URL will be entered into the text of your email draft. The recipient of the email can click this URL and see your screen as you share it.

Method Two: From a contact hovercard

Click Mail on the left side of the screen to release a drop-down menu. In the menu, choose Contacts. Hover your mouse over the contact with whom you would like to share your screen. In the hovercard that appears, locate the  green computer screen. Click on it to share your screen. If the contact is online, a linked URL will be sent to him or her through chat. Otherwise, an email will be created with a linked URL.

Method Three: In chat

Open chat. At the top of the chat screen will be a green computer icon. Click it, and a linked URL will be entered into a chat message to the respective recipient.

Method Four: Using the button in the top right corner

In the top right of the screen is a drop-down menu labeled Screenleap. Click to expand the menu. Then, click the button that says Share your screen to share. Screenleap will generate a link that you can copy and send to the screen viewer.



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