Today, we’re rounding up the best Screen Sharing statistics for 2023 your business must know.
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Key Screen Sharing Statistics 2023 – MY Choice
- Screen sharing is a core component of daily lessons. Almost 70% of users use the Screen sharing apps daily.
- Students are using a variety of different devices for learning – when it comes to screen sharing Mac, Windows, Android, iOS, web, and native casting all have their place.
- Web-based screen sharing is king: 53% of users shared their screen via their Chromium browser.
- Touchscreens are a large part of the equation
- Teachers need a flexible but controlled environment – Teachers like the ability to walk around the room and share their content from anywhere but also be in control over who can share.
General Screen Sharing Statistics
Screen Sharing Market Statistics
- 29%of all webinars are related to marketing and demand generation.
- As of December 2021, online search engine Bing accounted for over 7 percent of the global search market, while market leader Google had a market share of 85.55 percent.
- 78% of corporate companies use video calling software.
- 20% of users turn off instant sharing in favor of a managed session where the teacher decides who can and cannot share.
- When it comes to screen sharing, every device type and platform has its place. Although we see Windows and Chrome come out on top, iOS, and Mac starting to catch up.
- Windows 45.9%
- Chromium OS 20.6%
- iOS 14.8%
- Mac OS 13.6%
- Android 5%
- Others 0.1
- 21% of users use the touch screen alongside screen sharing. This could be for controlling a laptop from the touch screen (to untether the teacher from their desk) or to invite a student to share their screen at the front of the room.
- Web-based screen sharing is ruling supreme. In fact, 53% of all our screen shares came from browser.
- screen sharing sessions come in all shapes and sizes: 10-minute sessions, 20-minute sessions, 40-minute, 60-minute and 60+
Screen Sharing Latest Statistics
- 27% of small businesses are likely to buy video calling tools.
- 86% of companies conduct employee interviews over video calls.
- 73% of education professionals say video conferencing will decrease student dropouts Sources Forbes, Gartner, Zoom.
- It also turns out that video calls can be valuable. Video conferencing can reduce travel costs by up to 30%.
- Video conferencing has reduced the need for business travel by 47%. Video conferencing tools prevent miscommunication, increase engagement, and allow team members to join online video meetings anywhere from their preferred devices.
- Video conferencing statistics show that 45%of teams use video calling tools daily or weekly.
- 78% of employees say they use web conferencing tools for team meetings.
- 75% of CEOS say that video conference calls will entirely replace audio.
- 67% of employees say they are more likely to contribute to a meeting over video conferencing.
- 87% of remote employees say they feel more connected and involved with teams and projects when using video conferencing.
- 55%of businesses say video conferencing effectively increases employee engagement.
- 66% of business executives say video conferencing helps them to better connect with freelance or gig workers.
- 87% of team members say video calling has helped to speed up the decision.
💡 Nice to know
22- The most popular screen resolution was 1280 x 720, which was used for 31% of all screen shares
23- 1,795 different resolution sizes connected to a session from Jan to June 2022
24- One person connected to a session using a PlayStation and 3 people connected with an Xbox
- Studies show 77% of attendees join video meetings on laptop or desktop computers, 31% on mobile phones, and 13% on tablets.
- 47% of webinars are related to onboarding and training for employees and customers.
- 62% of companies use three or more video calling platforms.
- During the survey, 22 percent of respondents stated that they had taken a lot of steps to limit the amount of time their child is allowed.
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- Interestingly, this trend is set to continue, with the Ericsson Mobility Report smartphone analytics predicting a 25% increase in mobile traffic by 2025.
- Percentage of consumers using mobile devices Q3.
- Notably, more than 25% of today’s global smartphone users are in China, with the Asian Pacific making up 55% of global smartphone users.
- In January 2021, Datareportal recorded 5.22 billion unique mobile users, making up 66.6% of the global population.
- In fact, the number of social media users has increased by more than 13 percent over the past 12 months.
- The top categories for mobile access are coupons/incentives, dating, social media, and weather all with above 80% mobile.
- Ericsson Mobility Report 2020 found video currently accounts for 63% of mobile traffic.
- Mobile devices drove 61% of visits to U.S. websites in 2020, up from 57% in 2019.
- Desktops were responsible for 35.7% of all visits in 2020, and tablets drove the remaining 3.3% of visitors.
- Globally, 68.1% of all website visits in 2020 came from mobile devices—an increase from 63.3% in 2019.
- Desktops drove 28.9% of visits, while 3.1% of visitors came from tablets.
- However, desktop devices remain very important, as they drove 53.3% of total time on site in the U.S. and 46.4% of total time on site globally.
- The following chart outlines the percentage of mobile versus desktop visits websites received in 2019 and 2020.
- If the average percentage of mobile visitors in your industry is 60%, and your site is at 35%, that may indicate a problem, like a slow mobile site.
- Google published data says 53% of visits to mobile sites are abandoned if pages take longer than three seconds to load.
- Glance’s visual engagement solution produced the following results 14% reduction in handling times.
- 18% increased first call resolution 10% reduction in future support calls.
🌎 Screen Sharing Geographies
The Top 10 screen sharing states in K12 for North America in 2022
- North Carolina
From These stats we know that:
- More and more schools are turning to and using screen sharing software that uses the browser.
- Screen sharing is little and often rather than day-long sessions.
- Screen sharing is a core component of daily lessons.