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How to use Command.App in your Virtual Meetings

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Using Command.App for Virtual Meetings

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Works will ALL major virtual meeting & conferencing platforms.
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How do you want to use your app?

Of course there are a lot of mirroring apps out there that will allow you to project your smartphone or tablet to your computer. Whether you are using Skype, Microsoft Teams, Zoom or any other virtual meeting software on the market.

Of course a lot of these virtual meeting software solutions are available on mobile and you can share from your device. But, if you like the touch capabilities of a tablet or phone on a larger computer screen here are a few step-by-step options that could help you and your team better take advantage of Command.App.

Select your solution below.

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Girl in a jacketUsing Windows Products
If you are using a Windows Surface or Windows 10+ laptop or computer, it’s as simple as sharing your screen and using Command.App to present your company offering to buyers.

1) Launch your Command.App application on your computer after you have downloaded it from the Microsoft Store.

2)Login to Command.App with the credentials supplied from your Organization Administrator.

3) When you are ready to share your screen using your Command.App solution, simply click the SHARE SCREEN button in your virtual meeting platform. (figure 1)

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Figure 1
Girl in a jacket Mirroring Android on an Apple or Windows Computer.
If you are using a Windows Surface or Windows 10+ laptop or computer, it’s as simple as sharing your screen and using Command.App to present your company offering to buyers.

1) Launch your Command.App application on your computer after you have downloaded it from the Google Play Store.

2)Login to Command.App with the credentials supplied from your Organization Administrator.

3) Our recommendation would be to use AIRDROID Air Mirror to share your Android Screen to your Windows or Mac computer.

4) Download AirDroid app on your Android device from the Google Play Store

5) Login your AirDroid account.

6) Visit AirDroid Web on your computer. Login your same AirDroid account and choose your device. (Figure 2)

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Figure 2

7) Tap the “Mirroring” icon.

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Figure 3

8) Finished! When you are ready to share your screen using your Command.App solution, simply click the SHARE SCREEN button in your virtual meeting platform.

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Figure 1
Girl in a jacket Mirroring Apple on a Windows Computer
If you are using a Windows Surface or Windows 10+ laptop or computer, it’s as simple as sharing your screen and using Command.App to present your company offering to buyers.

1) Launch your Command.App application on your computer after you have downloaded it from the App Store.

2)Login to Command.App with the credentials supplied from your Organization Administrator.

3) We recommend LonelyScreen for Windows 10 by pressing the Download for Windows button on this page. It is $14.99 but well worth the ease of use.

4) Open the LonelyScreen setup wizard to install the software. This will also install Bonjour software required for AirPlay.

5) During the setup, a window might open informing you that Windows Firewall is blocking the app. Select the Private networks check box and click the Allow access button.

6) Then you can open the LonelyScreen window shown in the shot directly below. If the software still states that LonelyScreen is blocked by a firewall, press the Fix It(Administrator) button.(Figure 4)

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Figure 4
7) Now select the Click to Change Server Name box that includes LonelyScreen by default. Enter an alternative server title there such as ‘Windows desktop.’ (Figure 5)
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Figure 5

8) Swipe up from the top left of your Apple device to open the Control Center.

9) Then tap AirPlay on the Control Center to open AirPlay options. (Figure 6)

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Figure 6

10) The AirPlay page below lists the title you entered, ‘Windows desktop’ in my example, in the Change Server Name text box. Select Windows desktop, or whatever alternative title you assigned it.

11) Now select the Mirroring option to switch it on (green highlights it’s on).

12) Press the Done button to save the settings.

13) Open the LonelyScreen window again. Now it will include your Apple iPhone or iPad display as shown below. (Figure 7)

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Figure 7
14)  Finished! When you are ready to share your screen using your Command.App solution, simply click the SHARE SCREEN button in your virtual meeting platform. (Figure 8)
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Figure 8
Girl in a jacket Mirroring iOS on an Apple Computer

1) Launch your Command.App application on your computer after you have downloaded it from the App Store.

2)Login to Command.App with the credentials supplied from your Organization Administrator.

3) Select Quicktime from your Applications folder on your computer. Open it.

4) Once Quicktime is launched, the won’t be any windows that open but you will see the Quicktime menu bar at the top of the screen.
(Figure 9)

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Figure 9

5) Select the file Menu, and click “NEW MOVIE RECORDING”.

6) A black Quicktime window will open and likely default to your webcam on your device.

7) Attach your iPad or iPhone to your computer with a lightning cable and USB end.

8) The device you are wanting to display on your computer screen is now available as a drop down menu next to the record button in Quicktime. (Figure 10)

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Figure 10

9) Once selected, your device will display on your desktop.

10) Finished! When you are ready to share your screen using your Command.App solution, simply click the SHARE SCREEN button in your virtual meeting platform. (Figure 11)

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Figure 11
Don’t get trapped in linear presentations.
When executing a virtual meeting, it is imperative that you are able to seamlessly navigate to content that is relative to a customer’s needs. With presentation solutions like PowerPoint and others, users are often stuck in a linear structure where they cannot easily read-and-react to customer questions or concerns, tailoring their presentation on the fly.

With Command.App, conversations can flow in a situationally “choose your own adventure” style that leads to only the appropriate product solutions specific to your customer’s needs. Our non-linear navigation paths allow you to approach client meetings in a customer centric manner. They are not forced to sit through content that is irrelevant to them or of no interest. Time is of the essence, so you and your team need to be able to ask questions and quickly get to the point with high-impact support materials.
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Present with confidence VIRTUALLY.
Command.App’s mobile solutions provide companies the control they need to easily update materials at any time, while controlling their brand and specific messaging. Just as important, the interactive presentation app empowers associates with the confidence to present materials in a manner that is conducive to delivering high-impact online presentations.

When used in conjunction with online meeting and video conferencing software, your sales teams can often get benefits that you might not be able to achieve in person.

• Because you are presenting your screen, your web camera could and should be turned off. This allows you to have all of the notes and information available surrounding your workspace. Your desktop visual will help to do almost half of what you would need just standing in a room of people.

• Visuals on-screen allow your customer to focus on what they are seeing and ask questions freely. This helps both parties remain more relaxed and conversational during the interaction.

• Screentime is inevitable. With the “work-from-home” mandate that is sweeping the globe, it's easy and almost a dead-lock that you’ll be able to schedule a video conference at any time during the business week with your customer, they’ll all most likely be online anyway!
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The world is moving more and more interactions online to comply with social distancing guidelines. In the coming days, please visit our website as we’ll be adding ongoing step-by-step instructions and video tutorials to help our customers to continue using your Command.App solution to its full potential in a virtual environment.

In the meantime we can be reached to address specific questions or take care of an immediate need for information, by your request submission here.