Animated GIFs have become a popular way for people to convey their messages effectively, on instant messaging applications and social networking platforms. In fact, even companies can integrate them into their external marketing or internal training to explain complex ideas intuitively. However, creating a GIF and sharing it with someone can be frustrating for some people because of the many steps they have to follow to do so. The good news is that with technology and the cloud, there is a new way which makes this tedious process both easy and efficient.
With older GIF tools, if you wanted to make an animated GIF, here is the typical procedure:
With CloudApp, the process is as simple as clip, snip and share! Here are the 3 basic steps:
Yes, it is that simple and easy to create an animated GIF with the help of CloudApp. The developers have designed the app to be a shortcut bridge between Animated GIF editor and a file sharing solution. It achieves that target excellently as it allows the creators to create and share their GIFs in an instant.
People have realized the importance of GIFs with the passage of time. At first, they shared their feelings by writing text. Images and videos allowed them to be more effective in communication but created an issue of resource consumption. Sharing videos (instructional or entertaining) is still a nightmare even on the most stable internet connections. Sharing several images to explain something is not efficient as opening and closing of the images disrupts and distracts. Here is why CloudApp is different:
Sharing is much easier and effective with GIFs that are as effective as videos but as light as images on the resources. There is no reason why you should not be creating your animated GIFs now that CloudApp has made it so convenient.
CloudApp has excellently bridged the gap between screen recording and file sharing, and reduced the time of these processes considerably. You can find out how much more efficient it can make you when it comes to sharing instructions and creating training material by starting a free trial by signing up for CloudApp here.