From system documentation to code review - have you thought about videos?

With you record and share videos from your screen and webcam. Create tutorial videos and let your colleagues ask questions at specific times in the video. Or conduct entire conversations asynchronously and delete fixed meetings from your calendar.

Among other things, can help you with this...

Communication with customers and designers

Write steps to reproduce? Create tickets with change requests? make screenshots? Instead, just make a video with, or ask other people to create a video.

More flexible timing

Does your colleague have a biorhythm that is contrary to yours? Are you working in an international team across time zones? solves these timing problems through asynchronous video communication.

Better team agreements

Dailies, weeklys, standup meetings? Everyone knows the secret time wasters. With, every team member can view and send information at a time that suits them.

This is how works

Record video

Create a video using your webcam and microphone. If necessary, also show your screen in the video. You record directly via our website. No software installation is necessary.

Invite people

Give colleagues (directly in or completely external people (via a secret link) access to your video. Access control included: let them only view or give them rights to also comment on your video.

Have a discussion

People can comment directly at points in time in the video. Alternatively, you can also conduct entire video discussions chronologically one after the other in chat form. File exchange and short reactions via emojis are of course also available.

Communication should be as clean and structured as code.

Faster knowledge transfer

Have you finished a new component or provided an interface? Would you like to positively explain to your colleagues how they can do something better?

Then record a video with and distribute it to all relevant people. It's faster for you, it's much more personal than written text and it doesn't bother you compared to a video call or a real meeting.

Respect focus times

It is extremely important that developers get undisturbed focus time to work. Permanent team meetings or ringing phones are counterproductive.

With you conduct discussions and conversations completely asynchronously and use all the inputs that would also be available to you in a normal video conference (webcam, microphone, screen sharing). You communicate when it suits you. The recipient looks at it and replies when it suits him.

Better explanations from non-technicians

Instead of reading cumbersome, possibly incorrect descriptions in ticket texts, with you can simply ask your counterpart to create a short video of their problem or feature request.

Then you can see exactly what is happening on their screen, save time and also be able to give much more precise feedback.