This app solves the biggest problem with video calls that Google and Zoom haven't been able to figure out

Get the Full StoryMmhmm is an app that will eventually allow people to virtually share their screen with others in a video call while also remaining in the picture.

Founded by ex-Evernote CEO Phil Libin, the app will let you share your presentation, a web browser, or even a live newscast by adding a virtual camera into your regular Zoom or Google Meet calls.

The service is a solution to a problem experienced by many amid a mass migration to videoconferencing and remote work.

The app is still in beta, but the company has raised 4.5 million in a seed round led by Sequoia Capital and found angel investors in the cofounders of Instagram, Twitter, and Eventbrite.

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As the world adjusts to connecting over videoconferencing for work and leisure, some irritating issues have grown more pronounced.

For example, if you're on a video call using Zoom or Google Meet and you'd like to present content within a set of slides, you'll have to sacrifice your icon in order to share your screen. That can make an already impersonal interaction even more so.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Pathologists debunk 13 coronavirus mythsSee Also:San Francisco now has the 3rd-most billionaires of any city in the world, beating out London, Moscow, and BeijingI tried Hey, the 99 a year email app that Apple threatened to remove from the App Store, and it completely changed the way I look at my inbox foreverVCs no longer value a founding team's background as much as profitability, and that could be yet another blow to waning founder-friendly terms in Silicon ValleySEE ALSO: For 500 you can book a Zoom magic show with 'Silicon Valley's favorite magician,' whose client list includes Google, Apple, and Airbnb