GIFs have rightfully earned their place as the fastest way to communicate lots of information in one visual punch, and is one of the primary reasons teams choose to create GIFs to communicate both with customers and internally. The purpose of a GIF creator app is save time and skip the lengthy explanation or meeting, so it’s important that the application doesn’t take more time to create than the benefit of using one in the first place. And this is why we created CloudApp. With our GIF recorder, anyone can save time and skip the lengthy explanation or meeting. Teams can create GIFs of anything on a screen and instantly save them to the cloud, in an easy-to-use enterprise-level app. Just capture, share and accelerate your workflow.
CloudApp offers an easy solution to help your team create GIFs that are effortless and quick to execute amongst team members and customers. Simply click on the CloudApp icon and select the GIF icon (or the TV icon) depending on how long you’d like your GIF to be and the quality you prefer. You can also use the hotkey combination for Mac: Cmd+Shift+6, Windows: Alt+Shift+6. Recordings under 30 seconds long make perfect GIFs, while recordings over 30 seconds long are better recorded with HD video.
Ironically, it isn’t typically creating the GIF that takes the most time – it’s sharing it. CloudApp makes it a piece of cake to share your GIF by easily dragging and dropping it into emails or social and working platforms. When it comes to productivity, a simple drag and drop is much quicker than having to download your GIF, then attach it and then finally share. With CloudApp it’s drag, drop and done!
Getting started creating GIFs is as easy as point, click and share. What we love the most about GIFs is that you can immediately reap the benefits of faster productivity and better communication. You don’t have to wait weeks or month to start saving time, improving workflow and making customers happy. Ready to make those improvements now? If you haven’t already, create a free CloudApp account to start implementing the power of GIFs.