Yes, in the new GoTo App there is a +/- option, it is displayed when the attendee moves their cursor over the shared window.
If you as the Organizer enable the Beta, they will also have the option to use Flexible layout and break out the various windows and select real full-screen mode.
I'm not finding where, as an organizer, I can enable/disable the beta experience. Yet, it was enabled recently and has caused freeze up of my system when using the Pop Up/Merge windows feature. How do I disable the beta so I don't have he option of using the Flexible View features.
Do you mean you just started using the GoTo App? Organizers/Presenters have had the flexible layout (aka Presenter mode) for a while now. The new beta option just enables it for meeting attendees as well.
Can you share some more details about when your system froze? Do you use a Windows PC or a Mac? What version of the operating system? Desktop or Laptop?
I always default to using the App. I use a Windows 10 laptop and dual monitors. In most cases, I join as an Organizer or Co-organizer. I've successfully used Presenter mode in the past. In most cases, I'm sharing my screen and have my chat, people, and camera windows on the second monitor
Yesterday, when I joined as a co-organizer, I saw the top toolbar display with a Beta logo on the right side. I'm not certain how that Beta got turned on.
My issues developed when I merged the windows while sharing. I lost audio and I no longer had any GoTo toolbar.
@jcontino Thanks for the additional context. As Glenn mentioned the Beta label is for flexible layout which is now rolling out to attendees, it was previously only available to organizers. As someone who was an organizer previously, it shouldn't be a different experience for you. When you select Pop Out Your traditional desktop view will close in favor of a new primary toolbar that you can drag and drop to your preferred location, this toolbar will go away when you merge the view.
Regarding losing audio, you may want to check for driver updates on your laptop.