This brief guide will provide instructions on how to Screen Share with Audio in a Self Captures project.
This will cover devices such as iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows.
Step 1: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the Control Center.
On newer iPhone models that don’t have a Home button, you need to swipe down from the top-right corner of the screen to open the Control Center instead.
It’s the icon that looks like a small filled-in circle inside of a larger, open circle.
Step 3: Touch the Microphone Audio button at the bottom of the menu to enable it.
As indicated on this screen by the “Everything on your screen, including notifications, will be recorded. Enable Do Not Disturb to prevent unexpected notifications” message, you might need to enable Do Not Disturb.
You can also do this from the Control Center by tapping the Do Not Disturb button, which looks like a crescent moon. In newer versions of iOS you might need to tap the Focus button first to locate the “Do Not Disturb” option.
Record Your Screen on Your Android Device
You can easily record a video of your phone's screen on your Android device. After capturing your screen, you can view, edit, and share the recorded video.
Step 1: Swipe your finger down from the top of your screen to access the Quick Settings panel.
Look for the "Screen record" option.
Select what you want to record, then tap "Start." The recording will commence after a brief countdown. You can choose to include audio and display touch interactions on the screen before you begin.
You will see a countdown before the recording starts
After the recording starts you will have:
1. A toolbar with several tools that can be used during the recording.
2. A timer indicating how long the recording has been going.
To stop the recording, you can click the stop button located in the toolbar, or swipe down from the top of your screen and tap the notification labeled "Screen recorder."
Your recording is now ready for sharing. You can return to the activity/survey you are participating in and proceed to upload the video to the relevant task.
The video will take a few seconds to process and will be added as a response to the task.