[How to] Share your Desktop Through GMail or GTalk

by: - Last updated on: October 21st, 2019

Today, under the TP tutorial series, I will introduce you all to a free tool called YUUGUU.


Yuuguu is considered to be “By far the easiest way to share your screen, host online meetings and work in real time on the same documents over the web”. Previously, desktop sharing from Yuuguu to Yuuguu was working, now they have integrated the GMail/GTalk contacts to work with Yuuguu!

How does this work?

Once you have entered your Gmail or Google Talk account details into Yuuguu, your Gmail and Google Talk contacts will automatically appear in your Yuuguu contacts list. You can share your screen with only one click each. Your contacts will be notified that you want to share your screen by way of a web address and, on clicking this, they will be automatically taken to a browser window containing your screen share.


Key Features

* It’s free to download and to use for up to 30 participants
* Secure to use
* Easily share your screen
* Share control of the same screen
* PC, Mac and Linux compatible
* Global conference calling (Land line based)
* Instant messaging
* See when contacts are online
* Automatic updates

Download is available for Windows, Linux and Mac

Download Yuuguu for Windows

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  1. Interesting… I’ve been using MS Live Meeting. This looks much easier.

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  2. Great article. I never knew this how to share desktop using Gmail or Gtalk, as till date we were using screen sharing tools like Zoom, R-HUB web conferencing servers, Webex, Gomeetnow, Gotomeeting etc. Will try out the same.