Please note that although some features are enabled with the panel application, they must also correspond with the software capabilities of the client (PC, iOS, MacOS, or Android device).
Feature update: Added Permissions (Mastering) Mode to allow admin to control screen mirroring from devices
Feature update: allow 4 devices and 2 Chromebooks to screen mirror at once
Advanced Code Mode for connection across subnets
V22.214.171.124 (released June 4, 2021; only for the 6000U series panel)
V2.1 (Included in base firmware for 5000C, 6000K, 7000X, and 7000XE; not available for the 6000U)
Update UI for the new series of panels
Wording changes for clarity
V2.4 (released February 10, 2020; Available for 5000C, 6000K, 7000X, and 7000XE)
Feature update: Added Extended Desktop Mode
Feature update: Added Chromecast/Miracast capability
Feature update: Added Devices Menu to control device sharing
V3.3 (released August 11-13, 2021; Available for 5000C, 6000K, 7000X, 7000XE, and 6000K+)
Minor UI and wording changes in Settings Menu
Permission Mode moved to Settings Menu
Added User Experience Plan Agreement
Cleanup of Device management icons
Added Touch permission to a device connected with Desktop synchronization.
Feature update: 9 devices (4 Chromebooks) can screen mirror at once (limited to K and XE)
Feature update: Panel can be “discoverable” and devices can connect without entering a code.
Feature update: Panels have a “Screen copy” utility in which they can easily connect to each other. This allows for a wireless HDMI splitter solution.
V5.2 (released June 6, 2022; Available for 5000C, 6000K, 7000X, 7000XE, and 6000K+, and 8086MAX)
First, the two code options (Normal and Mini) within the Collage code window have returned! If you have used Collage in its various forms over the years you know that it used to have this function. We like that this adds a little extra control for the teacher/presenter and have now added it back.
Screenshare utility bar now retracts or expands to get out of the way of on-screen controls. If you were screensharing, and these icons made advancing slides very difficult, we have now made a way to collapse the utility bar so that you can keep teaching!
Your web browsing will no longer be impeded by our screen mirroring control window on Windows and Mac. Now this window can be moved so it will not get in the way of Browser tabs.