How To Share A Window In Google Meet With Sound

Google Meet is a popular video conferencing platform that allows users to share their screen during a meeting. However, sometimes you may need to share only a specific window or application instead of your entire desktop. In this article, we will guide you through the process of sharing a window in Google Meet with sound.

Step 1: Start a Google Meet

To begin, open your web browser and go to Sign in with your Google account if prompted.

Step 2: Join a Meeting or Create a New One

Once you are on the Google Meet homepage, you can either join an existing meeting by clicking on the “Join” button and entering the meeting code provided to you, or create a new meeting by clicking on the “New meeting” button.

Step 3: Share Your Screen

Once you are in the meeting, click on the “Share screen” button located at the bottom of the screen. This will bring up a menu with different options for sharing your screen. Click on the option that says “Application window” or “Window”.

Step 4: Select the Window to Share

A pop-up window will appear, allowing you to select the specific window or application you want to share. Click on the window you want to share and then click on the “Share” button.

Step 5: Enable Sound Sharing

Once you have shared your window, you will see a notification at the top of the screen that says “You are sharing [window name]”. Click on this notification and select the option to share sound. This will allow other participants in the meeting to hear any audio coming from the application or window you are sharing.

Step 6: End Sharing

When you are done sharing your window, click on the “Stop sharing” button located at the top of the screen. This will end the sharing session and return to the normal meeting view.


Sharing a specific window in Google Meet with sound is a useful feature that can help you collaborate more effectively with your team members. By following these simple steps, you can easily share any application or window during a meeting and enable sound sharing to ensure that everyone can hear the audio coming from the shared window.