The Presentation View for your Bingo Game is a centralized display that your entire crowd sees at your event. This view shows all the details of your Bingo Game like the most recent called square, the last five called squares, Game Notes, and Live Rankings, and also displays the instructions and URL on how your crowd can access your Bingo Game on their mobile devices.
Your crowd uses the Presentation View to "follow along" while using their mobile device to play.
For more information on the Presentation View, please visit the following article: Presentation View Explained
Launch the Presentation View
To open the Presentation View, click on the large purple Presentation View button under the Crowd Views box on the Experience Dashboard. The Presentation View will open in a new browser tab. This browser tab can be detached and then dragged to the projected desktop of your computer.
An Experience Dashboard and a detached Presentation View window
Set the Presentation View to Full-Screen Mode
After opening the Presentation View in a new browser tab, you can detach the browser tab and move it to an "Extended Desktop" area on your computer that is connected to a projector, HDTV, or other display sources. These are often connected to your computer's external display ports via HDMI, DVI, VGA, etc.
Once the external device is showing the Presentation View's browser tab, click the Full-Screen button in the lower right-hand corner of the Presentation View. This will put the Presentation View into full-screen presentation mode.
Full-screen Presentation View for the Bingo Game
Your audience can now see the QR Code, URL, and instructions for joining your Bingo Game. Once they've joined, they can now use the Presentation View to follow along with your Bingo Game. The Presentation View will show appropriate messages based on your Bingo Game's status such as when it is in the Ready state, the Live state, or the Finished state. It also shows the called square, previously called squares, Rankings Leaderboard (R), and Game Notes (N).
Now that you know how to open the Participant View and launch the Presentation View, we're ready to actually play and test your Bingo Game! This is the fun part! Go to Running the Bingo Game.