DingTalk Screen Projection -2 Methods to Teach You DingTalk Screen Projection to the Conference Screen

How can DingTalk project the screen to the TV? How to project it onto the TV? Below, the editor brings you four methods of DingTalk screen projection to TV

Method 1:

Through Bijie Multimedia Collaboration System

This method is universal for Apple phones, Android phones, and computers. We need to connect the Bijie Multimedia Collaboration System with the display screen in advance.

1. Ensure that Bijie devices and computers are connected to the same local area network.

2. Pair the braid with the Bijie device, and once successful, insert it into the computer for screen mirroring.

3. Open the computer DingTalk, open the meeting, click the small braid button, and you can project the computer screen onto the large screen.

4. Click the small button to turn on mute, click again to turn off mute, long press to turn on anti mirror mode.

By using the BYOM wireless conference function of Bijie Multimedia Collaboration System, you can access connected cameras and microphones, as well as practical functions such as meeting minutes, freeing up your hands and making meetings more efficient.

Method 2:

Using DingTalk Devices for Screen Projection

1. Firstly, open the message interface of DingTalk, click the “+” button in the upper right corner, select the “Projection” button, and set the projection options according to the system prompts.

2. After clicking, you need to enter the screen casting code and click to add a screen casting device below.

3. The method of adding devices is relatively simple. Connect the projection device to the same WiFi environment as the phone, and you can successfully add the device. The deletion method is to click the minus sign behind the device to delete the current device.

4. Setting a name for the newly added device can make it more convenient to distinguish each device in the screen projection. After deletion, adding it again requires resetting.

5. After the device is connected, enter the screen projection code and click the “Start Screen Projection” button below. Wait for a few seconds for the system to automatically recognize whether the device has successfully connected.

If the screen casting is not successful, you can check if your screen casting code is correct, and then check if the screen casting device and phone are in the same wireless environment. Finally, connect to the projection screen and start playing the video. Compared to traditional projection, DingTalk uses wireless connection, and the principle is basically the same as LAN.