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    Brett Nemeroff commented  · 

    Annotations are particularly useful when a guest is trying to help the presenter drive. For example:Bob is the presenter. Guest: "Hey Bob, can you show me that report"Bob: "Sure which one?"Guest: <Uses annotation> "This one"Bob: <Clicks on report>Zoom can do this. Ring central cannot. With Ring central, guests cannot annotate unless the presenter is in annotation mode. If the presenter is in annotation mode, they cannot click on anything. So the only "workaround" here is for Bob to quickly change to annotation mode, let the guest circle, and then turn off annotation mode. Instead I'd propose "sharing rules" where "guest annotation" is always allowed or disallowed. However, the presenter would still need to manually turn on annotations just like how it is today but ONLY for themselves (are you annotating or clicking on your screen?)My team uses this all the time and it's a major change from us using zoom.