There are three different types of video call formats that a participant can choose from. The default view for all users in most scenarios will be 'Gallery view'. If as a host, you would like to manage what your viewers see, click the following link to learn more about the controls available to moderators.
To switch between the three view modes, click the 'Change layout' button on the right of the top toolbar.
Gallery view: The view format where all tiles are divided equally on the screen. A maximum of 25 video tiles can be visible at any one time.
Left sidebar view: The main speaker or screenshare will be on the main video feed in the center, while other callers are in a sidebar on the left of the screen. Drag the left sidebar to the right to view more video tiles or all the way to the left if you only want to see the main speaker on your display.
Bottom bar view: The main speaker will be on the main video feed in the center, while other callers are in a bar at the bottom of the screen. Use the arrow button to hide participant video tiles if you want to focus on the main speaker or content being shared.
If the meeting is in gallery view, you can choose between 9, 16, and 25 video feeds that will be displayed at any one time on the main window, regardless of how many total participants are in the meeting.
In gallery view when there are more than two participants, you can choose to hide your own video tile by toggling the 'Show myself' switch to the off position.
Auto p2p view
If your view is set to ‘Gallery’ and only two participants are present in a meeting, the view will default to show your own tile small in the bottom bar and the other participant large in the main window (Bottom bar view). Once a third participant joins the meeting, the view will automatically switch back to the ‘Gallery’ view.