The extended view mode is a feature used to project your slides from your computer to an external device (Tv set, video projector).

This feature enables your computer to get connected to another screen. It is very convenient when you want to display your Beekast session in full screen while maintaining control on the moderation of your timeline, the move of your slides, the edition of your slides, etc...

On Windows 7 and higher

Make sure you connect the external monitor (Tv set, video projector) to your laptop or your desktop computer
Use the keyboard shortcut “Win+P” (Press the Windows logo key + P)
Select Extend to display different content on your laptop monitor and on the data projector screen

On Windows 7

On Windows 8/10

On Mac OS

Make sure that your external display (Tv set or video projector) is powered on and connected to your Mac.
Choose the Apple menu > System Preferences, click Displays, then select the Arrangement tab.
Make sure that the Mirror Displays checkbox is not selected.

To arrange your display, drag one of the displays where you want to the second screen (Tv set or video projector). A red border appears around your display as you arrange it.
You can then set the second tab on the full-screen mode by clicking display in full screen at the bottom right!
To change your primary display, drag the white bar to another display.

Once your extended view mode is allowed:

Open two (2) tabs/displays and get connected to your Beekast account on both.
Drag one of the tabs/displays to the second screen (Tv set or video projector)

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