Share your screen in FaceTime on your iPhone or iPad

Screen sharing lets everyone in a FaceTime call look at photos, browse the web, or help each other out.

Here's what everyone needs

Share your screen

  1. Start a FaceTime call.
  2. Tap the Share Content button .
  3. Tap Share My Screen .

Everyone can see what's on your screen until you stop sharing, but they can't control anything on your device. If you get any notifications while sharing your screen, others won't be able to see them.

When you're sharing your screen, others won't be able to see content that requires a subscription, a free trial, or a purchase or rental to view. With SharePlay, you can watch video together, listen to music together, or work out together by sharing content through supported apps.

Join a screen sharing session

In a FaceTime call, tap Open next to Join Screen Sharing.

An iPhone showing a FaceTime call. Join Screen Sharing is under the FaceTime controls at the top of the screen. 

Take over screen sharing from someone else

  1. Tap the Share Content button .
  2. Tap Share My Screen .
  3. Tap Replace Existing.

End a screen sharing session

At the top of the FaceTime call, tap the Share Content button  again to stop sharing your screen.

Learn more

You can also share your screen in FaceTime on a Mac with macOS Monterey or later.

FaceTime and some FaceTime features might not be available in all countries or regions.

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