New Layouts for Screen Sharing Are Live

New Layouts for Screen Sharing Are Live

Today, Melon is excited to introduce new layouts that you can use when sharing your screen.

If you’re not familiar, Melon is a browser-based streaming application that lets you live stream to platforms like Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Twitch in just five clicks. Our goal with Melon is to simplify the live streaming process. With Melon, you need even need special equipment. As long as you have a device and reliable internet connection, you can live stream straight from your browser. There is no need to download any software, and you can even sign into Melon using the login credentials of your preferred platform. It's that easy.

Whether you are a podcaster, talk show host, musician, or any of the other talented creators using Melon, chances are that at some point you're going to want to share your screen with your viewers. Luckily for you, Melon's screen share function is being upgraded for your convenience so that you can personalize your live stream even further.

Starting today, Melon has added three additional layouts that Melon creators can now choose between when sharing their screens. That brings the total number of layouts to six, meaning whether you want your audience to focus more of their attention on you, the screen, or your guests, you have all of the options right at your fingertips.

So why did we add these new layouts? The answer is simple; It’s because it’s what you wanted. That’s right, these layouts were suggested by our community members, and we’re here to support you.

If there is a layout that you want to see from us, you can simply follow this link and add a suggestion. We read every comment that comes through, so please let us know what we can do to improve and help make your live stream even better!

Have additional questions or suggestions? Please reach out to [email protected].