Posted by: Yosef B. | June 13, 2017

Block all Windows notifications when Screen Sharing

I see it all the time – someone is sharing their screen during a meeting and an email notification pops up, usually to the audience’s amusement and the presenter’s chagrin.

There’s a simple trick you can do to block Windows (and Microsoft Outlook) from interrupting your screen sharing.

  1. Open the Windows (Start) menu and type “Present”.
  2. Select the first item titled “Adjust settings before giving a presentation”

  4. Click the check box at the top of the window that appears “I am currently giving a presentation”

    This will add the following icon to your icon tray:


  6. When you are done presenting, simply right-click on this icon and select “Stop Presentation”

Good luck with your presentations!


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