Screensharing is a great way to visually explain workflows, features, or to troubleshoot problems.
If you want to use a screen recording in your videoask or reply to a respondent with a screenshare, you can do this directly within VideoAsk.
Record a screenshare
Each time you record in VideoAsk, you have the option of selecting the video source. Recording a screenshare is one of these options, both when creating a new step and when replying to respondents.
When you create a new videoask or step to your videoask, click Screenshare
If you want to send a screeenshare to a respondent, click Reply.
Then select Record your screen from the icons at the top of your screen.
Choose which screen you would like to share.
To share your entire screen (including your desktop and all windows), click the screen preview in the Your Entire Screen tab.
You can also share a specific application window. Click the Application Window tab and select the application window you want to record.
Your third option is to record a specific browser tab (in this case, Chrome). Click the Chrome Tab tab and select which tab you want to record.
Whichever option you choose, click Share when you're ready to start sharing your screen.
Look for the blue rectangles to indicate that you are sharing your screen
Though you have started sharing your screen, you have not started recording. Switch to the VideoAsk tab or window and press the red button to start recording.
You will receive a 3 second countdown before recording begins, similar to the process when recording with your webcam.
Note: This countdown and the timer for your recording will only be viewable in the VideoAsk tab or window, not the one you are screensharing.
Make sure to switch to the right window or application while you are recording. When you want to end the video and screenshare, click the Stop button.
Watch your screenshare in VideoAsk. Click Yes if you’re happy with it, or No to give it another go and re-record.
That's it! Now your screen recording is ready to use in your videoask or be sent to your respondent.
Because it's usually important to see the entire screen of such recordings, we recommending use the Fit video option for these videos.