Call controls and features
Using StarLeaf room systems StarLeaf Touch 2045Last updated September 11, 2019
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When you are in a one-to-one call, the touchscreen displays the following controls and features:
|Choose whether to have your microphone on mute or unmute before or during a call|
|Customize your camera’s point of view, and choose whether to have your camera on or off before or during a call|
|Connect an appropriate device and touch this button to share another display with your participants (See below for further detail)|
|Add a participant to your call. This will create an ad hoc meeting|
|Customize how you view the other participants in your meeting|
|Change the output volume of your meeting by using the – and + icons|
|Put yourself on hold|
|Transfer the call to another person|
|Call an IP address, URI, or a third-party meeting address|
To share content, connect your computer or other device to the StarLeaf room system, using the cable on your meeting room table (for example, an HDMI). Your device will instantly start sharing content to your meeting room screen.
To share content with remote participants, press Share at the top of your screen.
The control turns green while you are content sharing. Press Stop to stop sharing with remote participants.
To stop sharing locally, disconnect the connection cable from your device.
To configure your screen layout and adjust how you see participants, select the Screen layout icon.
- To change how you see participants, select the Participants tab and choose an Arrangement
- To choose whether to view content being shared by other participants, select the Shared content tab
- To view the display of a device which you have connected to the room system (such as a laptop), select the My device tab
- To switch your self-view on or off, use the Self-view toggle. This only removes the view for you and people in the room, remote participants in the meeting can still see you. To turn off your camera, use the Mute camera icon on the bottom toolbar of the screen
You can find more information about layouts and arrangements in Meeting layouts.