DisplayNote Announces Broadcast Web Extension, Making Sharing Content More Accessible & Engaging

DisplayNote, a leading collaboration technology company, announces an all-new Web Extension for their one-to-many screen sharing tool, Broadcast.

Made for teachers and learners, Broadcast is a simple tool that allows teachers to share their computer screens directly to their students’ devices in real-time, making content more accessible and engaging.

The new Extension enhances the teacher’s screen sharing experience, giving them more control over how they share their screen while teaching. With the new Extension, teachers can:

  • Start and end a Broadcast session faster
  • Add live annotations to their content
  • Quickly switch between browser tabs while screen sharing
  • Encounter less technical considerations when screen sharing to their class

“When developing this Web Extension, we brought it to life with the belief that your content should come first and the technology comes second,” said Ed Morgan, Chief Operating Officer of DisplayNote. “This Web Extension will give greater power to teachers and their content with less hassle.”

Interested educators can find out more about the Extension here. They can also create a free Broadcast account here.

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