CoScreen truly revolutionizes screen sharing
Bernardo de Albergaria
VP & GM of Collaboration at Atlassian, Citrix, GoToMeeting

Simultaneous screen sharing

Multiple users can share any app window by drag & drop and by floating tabs above each window.

Multi-user mouse & keyboard

Anybody can move, click, and type into any shared app at the same time with near-realtime latency.

Multi-user copying & pasting

Copy & paste content across each other's windows. Mary can copy content from Alice's window and paste it into Bob's.

Audio & video chat

Talk to each other and see other with a single click by simply unmuting yourself.

Learn more about the use cases and how CoScreen helps teams like yours.

Remote troubleshooting needs you to get on the same page instantly

Collaborative IDEs are helpful tools when debugging issues together. But you often need to collaborate on much more than code, e.g. on emulators, command line tools and issue management systems.

The illustration was inspired by Clemens Mewald's presentation at the TensorFlow Dev Summit 2018.

CoScreen enables you to collaborate across any desktop application with a true multiplayer experience.

It doesn't matter if you’re a beginner or a pro, CoScreen is a better way to create software together.

Windows and Linux coming soon (request access).

Remote Troubleshooting using CoScreen
vs. Other Collaboration Tools

  Radically interactive, absolutely intuitive.

Feature

Example/User Journey

CoScreen

Other Collaboration
Tools

Single User
Screen Sharing
  • Share the problem:
    Alice shares her terminal window with Bob to show where a build script is failing.
Multi User
Screen Sharing
  • Get on the same page:
    At the same time, Bob shares his VS Code window to show her the latest code changes he was working on.
  • Both can see both windows, side-by-side.
Single User
Remote Control
  • Analyze the context:
    Alice and Bob can both interact with Alice's window using mouse & keyboard to see why it worked in prior runs.
Limited
Multi User
Remote Control
  • Multi user debugging:
    Alice and Bob can also both interact with Bob's window to tweak the code where the app compiles again.

Cross-User
Copy & Pasting

  • Multi user fixing:
    Alice copies the new command parameter from Bob's code editor and pastes it into her terminal and runs the command.
Mob Debugging
With More Than 2 Users
  • Multi user code review:
    Chris, Dennis and Eve join Alice and Bob to review the changes before they push it to production because it is an urgent issue.