Give Keyboard and Mouse Control
When you are the Presenter, you can grant other attendees shared control of your keyboard and mouse. This allows them to move the mouse around your screen and use their own keyboard to type on it for added collaboration. Of course your mouse always has priority - you can override attendees' mouse movements to temporarily regain control without removing their access.
Temporarily take control of your keyboard and mouse
- Simply type or move your mouse to re-gain control temporarily. The other person can continue to control your keyboard and mouse, but you will override their movements.
- Instruct the person with keyboard and mouse control to resume controlling your screen when you're finished.
Remove keyboard and mouse control from others
- In the People pane, click Give Keyboard and Mouse next to the desired attendee so the Check icon disappears.
- In the Presenter toolbar, click .
Why won't keyboard and mouse control work for certain apps?
If you know that you want your attendees to be able to access an app that runs at a higher integrity level, you must launch GoToMeeting as an admin when you start your session (by right-clicking the app and selecting Run as admin).