This is actually a more general advice, but very relevant for Wacom One users, too. When you are sharing presentations or other material during a Zoom lecture, it is very useful to "monitor" the lecture as a guest, using a mobile device. This way, you can always immediately see if your screen sharing or Zoom polls work as planned. Practical guidelines:
This kind of extra monitor gives you better awareness from the students' point of view. For example, some programs may update the screen rather slowly via Zoom. If you notice this from your mobile device, you slow down so that students can really see what you want to show them.
It is strongly recommended to practice using your Wacom One device without any audience before using it in a live lecture setting. You can for example, use your Personal meeting room and also connect as a guest using a mobile device (see above). Then test screen sharing, drawing on slides, etc. After practicing, your first live lecture with Wacom One will be much more enjoyable.
(more detailed instructions coming up soon)
Setup Powerpoint presentation so that the presentation mode shows on Wacom One (Slide Show → Monitor → Select Wacom One). Also, uncheck Presenter View (or un-maximize Presenter View during the presentation to keep Zoom controls visible).
In Zoom, share the whole Wacom One screen. So, not the Powerpoint window, but really the whole Wacom One screen. In the example below, Wacom One is Screen 2 and main display is Screen 1.
This leaves your main display free for managing the Zoom session (Zoom meeting controls can be opened from the bottom of the screen (move mouse to the green label You are screen sharing).
When the whole Wacom One screen is shared, you can simply drag new windows to the Wacom screen if you want to show for example a browser window at some point.
Here are some useful Powerpoint shortcuts that you can use while you are presenting with Wacom One. The keyboard shortcuts work when your Wacom One has the input focus (tap the screen with the pen to ensure this).
|E||Erase on-screen annotations.|
|Ctrl+M||Show or hide ink markup.|
Show blank white slide / Return to presentation from the white slide.
This is the fastest way to show a digital whiteboard during a presentation.
|B||Black blank slide (see white slide above)|
|Arrow keys||Move inside the presentation|