Collaborate with your team on CoScreen in under 2 minutes.
Download CoScreen (if you haven't already) and open the installer.
CoScreen is a desktop application for macOS and Windows. For Linux support, sign up here for the waitlist.
Launch the CoScreen desktop app after installing it. Then sign up using your Google account or by entering your email address and confirming it manually.
Click on a CoScreen link if you were already invited or create a new one.
Note: You're not sharing anything just yet, even after joining a CoScreen. You're always in full control of what's being shared and what isn't as you can see in the next steps.
Up to ten users can join a CoScreen at the same time. Simply invite your collaborators by sharing the link to your CoScreen with them.
Once you are in a CoScreen, unmute yourself to talk to each other and activate your webcam to see each other.
Click on the '☰' icon on the top right of the CoScreen menu to change the video layout.
Click the “Share window” tab after you move your mouse over a window or the display icon in the CoScreen menu to share any of your windows with a single click.
Once shared, your window - and only this window - appears as a real application window for your collaborators in the same CoScreen.
They can interact with your shared window as if it was their own (see the next step) and they can share any of their windows with you at the same time, in the same way!
Note: You can only share windows from your display that's designated as your CoScreen (indicated by where the CoScreen menu and the CoScreen watermark appears). Change it to another display through ☰ > Settings > Display.
You can see the mouse pointers of remote participants whenever they move them over a shared window and everyone can click and type into any shared window. For example to fix a bug in your code together, to review an email, or to brainstorm together.
Remote keyboard and mouse input is sent back to the computer where the windows was originally shared and applied there.
Use those advanced capabilities to collaborate even faster using CoScreen.
You can add your closest collaborators in the CoScreen main menu. After they accepted your request, you can see if they are online and available, and call them with a single click.
- Get the CoScreen Slack App
- Get the CoScreen Chrome Extension for Google Calendar
- Explore other amazing integrations
Radically different, highly interactive, absolutely intuitive. 2-3x faster than Zoom and Microsoft Teams.
Using is CoScreen is easy. Let's answer a few questions you might have before you get started.
CoScreen is currently available on Apple macOS, Microsoft Windows (download here) and soon also on other platforms (request access). If you want to learn how the best teams use CoScreen, read more here.
macOS: yes (download - macOS Mojave 10.14.6 and above, also supports M1 processors)
Windows: yes (download- Windows 10 and above)
Linux, Mobile, Web: coming soon, sign up for the wait list
We're combining collaborative computing principles which were pioneered by Doug Engelbart & team in the 1960s with remote desktop features, custom high performance video streaming and last but not least our secret sauce to negotiate individually what each user sees and controls.
CoScreen is build on a highly intuitive concept yet getting it right was a long journey requiring us to build dozens of individual prototypes. But now you can collaborate with your peers without being disrupted in your work.
Handling your data safely and securely is our top priority. CoScreen gives you more control of what you share than other tools and it runs on an enterprise-grade video infrastructure
Learn more in the CoScreen Security Whitepaper
Reach out to us through our contact form or by dropping us a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We're looking forward to hearing from you!