Asynchronous video is here and it is here to stay. With the remote workplace slowly gaining traction, users must turn to businesses like CloudApp and BlueJeans Network to power their personal workplace at home. So, what is CloudApp?
CloudApp is a startup based in the Greater Salt Lake City Area that focuses on powering the modern and remote workplace by bringing screen recording, screenshots, and GIF creation to the cloud, in an easy-to-use enterprise-level app. Capturing and sharing to accelerate your workflow is face-to-face, eliminating the meeting or long email.
Setting up your own video user guide is extremely easy with CloudApp. On Mac, you will see the CloudApp icon at the top of your screen in the toolbar and on Microsoft, it appears on your taskbar at the bottom of the screen.
Follow the steps below to learn exactly how to set up your own user video guide using CloudApp.
Step #1: Click on the Cloud Icon at the top of your screen
Step #2: Click Record
Step #3: Select what part of the screen you want to record. Click the Camera icon at the bottom of your screen to make yourself visible and add a human element. Make sure your microphone is on and click Start
Use the toolbar to customize your video the way you like it
Step #4: Grab the link of the video and share it with anyone.
And there you have it! CloudApp has taken tremendous steps through asynchronous technology to power the remote and modern workplace. While this tutorial focuses specifically on creating a video user guide, CloudApp has many more innovative tools like GIF creation, annotated screenshots, simple link sharing, and advanced security measures. Download CloudApp today to keep your workplace organized and to save you the long email to your boss or coworker. Optimize. Optimize. Optimize.
If you enjoyed our video tutorial on how to create a user video guide, check out the rest of our How to Use the Internet series. This Youtube series of short video demonstrations are designed to teach users various online skills through visual storytelling, like how to stop seeing horror movie ads on Youtube and how to turn on dark mode on a Mac.