Everyone having freedom to view and interact with a room their own way is part of what makes Switchboard unique. If you're trying to highlight something specific, however, you need a way to get the room's attention. That's where Presenting and Following come in!
Clicking the play button in the center of the bottom toolbar brings everyone's view to match yours:
They'll get a notice that you are presenting and can continue to interact with whatever is in your view of the room. When you click stop, everyone will be able to zoom and move around the room independently again:
Individual room participants can also use the Esc key to stop following your view while you are presenting.
In a meeting with multiple presenters on the agenda, this allows the next presenter to get their screen ready while the previous presenter is wrapping up.
Multiplayer browsers are when you log into a web app that other people in the room are also logged into (like Jira or Notion) within the same browser. When you enter present mode, everyone will see your view of this browser as well. Once you stop presenting, they will see their version of the browser again.
Loose track of what someone is referring to in the room? The Follow feature allows you to see the room from another user's view.
To find the Follow button, you can click on a person's video:
Or find their name in the participants menu on the right side of the bottom toolbar: