Do you conference with a lot of people on Zoom? Do you have to constantly switch between different thumbnails to keep up with everyone on the video call? This can be tiring, time-consuming and take a toll on your overall efficiency as well.
There is a good way to avoid this and that is by using the in-built gallery view on Zoom. Let’s take a further look at it.
- What is the gallery view in Zoom?
- How to enable Gallery View to view all participants on PC?
- Why am I not seeing the gallery view on my PC?
- How many participants can you see on one screen on the PC?
- How to enable Gallery View to view all participants on a mobile phone?
- How many participants can you see on one screen of your phone?
What is the gallery view in Zoom?
Gallery view is a feature in Zoom which lets you view multiple participants in a grid depending on the number of participants in the meeting and the device you are using.
The grid on your Zoom PC app will keep adding video feeds as the people join and leave the meeting. If you own a modern desktop then you can display up to 49 participants in a single grid. If you have got more than 49 participants, then jump to the next page of the gallery view to view more participants. You can move between pages using the left and right arrows on the screen.
Android and iPhone users can view only 4 participants at a time on their phone’s screen. While iPad users view up to 9 participants at a time.
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How to enable Gallery View to view all participants on PC?
Step 1: Open the Zoom desktop client on your PC or Mac and click on the ‘Settings’ icon in the top right corner.
Step 2: In the Settings window, click on ‘Video’ in the left sidebar.
Step 3: Now select the checkbox that says ‘Display up to 49 Participants per screen in Gallery View’ in the tab on your right.
Note: If the option isn’t available for you, then check out the next section on this which explains what must be the reason behind this.
Step 4: Close settings window. Now, start or join a meeting.
Step 5: Click “Gallery View” in the top-right corner to see the gallery view of your participants, with up to 49 shown at a time.
Step 6: Click the right arrow button to see more video feeds if you have more than 49 participants.
Why am I not seeing the gallery view on my PC?
If you are unable to see all 49 participants, then make sure you’ve enabled this option under the ‘Settings’ menu.
However, if the option to show 49 participants is not available to you, then it means that your PC/Mac does not meet the minimum system requirements that are required for this feature.
Ensure that you have the following minimum resources in your PC to support ‘Gallery view’ on Zoom:
- Intel i7 or equivalent CPU
- Dual-core processor for a single monitor setup
- Quad-core processor for a dual monitor setup
Note: While using dual monitors with the desktop client, the ‘Gallery view’ will still only be available on your primary monitor.
How many participants can you see on one screen on the PC?
On your PC whether it’s Windows or Mac, you can view a maximum of 49 participants on a single screen. If your meeting has more than 49 participants, the next set of participants will be available on the next page.
How to enable Gallery View to view all participants on a mobile phone?
Step 1: Open the Zoom app, and join a meeting. Let the participants join in.
Step 2: To bring up the Gallery view, simply swipe from right to left. It will now show you the video feed of up to 4 participants at a time.
Step 3: Keep swiping left to see more people (4 at a time, though).
If you want to see only one person, switch the ‘Active speaker view’ by swiping from left to right.
How many participants can you see on one screen of your phone?
Phone users, be it Android or iOS, can see a maximum of 4 participants simultaneously. In case there are more than 4 participants in your meeting, you can view others by swiping left on your screen.
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