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Screen Sharing AhaSlides with Zoom

You can share your screen on Zoom to host your AhaSlides presentation to an online audience. 
Please note that AhaSlides does not have an official integration with Zoom on the Zoom App Marketplace.
  1. Open your AhaSlides presentation.
  2. Host or join a Zoom meeting.
  3. In the meeting, click the 'share screen' button.
  4. Select the window with AhaSlides open and click 'Share'.
  5. Click 'Present'.



From here, you can share your presentation to your participants by revealing the QR code in the top bar.



  • Do a dry run before going live to remove any difficulties you may encounter.
  • Close all other tabs apart from AhaSlides and Zoom to improve loading speed.

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