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CloudApp announces instant video sharing and do-not-disturb mode #IoT

CloudApp announces instant video sharing and do-not-disturb mode

Posted by: Anasia D'mello -

CloudApp, recently named a leader by G2 for the 5th quarter in a row, released a new feature that makes its video sharing product up to 5x faster. CloudApp, which enables capturing instantly shareable videos, GIFs and screenshots, also added, do not disturb mode during recording, enhanced editing, and the ability to add a call to action to anything you share with CloudApp.

The modern workforce is increasingly mobile and remote. Being able to capture and share videos 5x faster will allow for instant asynchronous communication to connect distributed workforces. Also, adding a Call to Action button to a video, screenshot, or GIF can help create meaningful interactions between a company and its customers.

“We recognise the immediate need to connect remotely,” said Scott Smith, the CEO of CloudApp. “To help speed up collaboration and improve the flow of the current work environment we are excited to announce these new features that will enable the modern (and remote) workplace.

“We’ve supported remote reps for a long time,” said Mark Kosoglow VP of sales at Outreach. “A picture/video is still the best way to communicate, and CloudApp makes that almost easier to do with remote work than in person.”

New features for CloudApp

  • Instant Video – instantly create and share quick videos (Mac Catalina users, beta)
  • Enhanced Editing – annotations now include a highlighter option, and an updated interface for light mode
  • Call-to-Action – add a customisable button to drive action. “Schedule meeting,” “Contact support,” “Subscribe,” or any other to direct your audience
  • ‘Do not disturb’ mode – this feature will ensure that nothing interrupts you during recording

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by Anasia D'mello, Khareem Sudlow