Cloudapp Announces Video Annotations While You Record and Eclipses 4 Million Users
With video annotations you can write directly on your CloudApp video to add deeper context to your bug reports, customer outreach, or internal comms
CloudApp, recently named a leader by G2 for the 7th quarter in a row, today released a new feature that makes its video product even more robust as users can annotate their screen while they record. CloudApp, which enables capturing instantly shareable videos, GIFs, and screenshots, also added customizable colors, fonts, and webcam formats so users can create content unique to their brand and/or customers.
CloudApp also announced its community has grown to over 4 million users as the world continues to shift to a more visual and remote office.
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The modern workforce is visual yet remote. Capturing and sharing content with unique annotations and webcam capture allows developers, customer support, engineers, product marketers, and all to connect with their viewers in an engaging and efficient way. Skip the long emails and meetings by sending a quick, bright, and easy video instead.
“We are excited to bring video annotation into the market, especially right now as so many of us are working remotely, at home, and trying to avoid video meeting fatigue.” Said Scott Smith, CEO of CloudApp. “Video annotations provide the simplest way to get your point across in the most effective use of your time.”
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New features for CloudApp
- Video Annotations: Record your screen, annotate for emphasis, and get a shareable link the second you finish.
- Customizable Fonts, Sizes, Colors, and Webcams: Create content that is an exact match with your company or personal brand for a more cohesive message.
- More Actions Button: Discover everything you didn’t know you needed – from uploading your clipboard to taking a delayed screenshot – and integrate them even more easily into your workflow.
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