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A Quick Guide to Loom: Manage Tasks and Projects with Ease

Have you ever found yourself in an online video meeting that is going nowhere? Have you ever had to video chat with someone about something important, but couldn’t figure out how to show them what they need to know? Loom makes video collaboration easy. With Loom, you can organize your tasks and projects all in one place, make video recordings of your screen or even share it live on video call – all without leaving the app. You can use Loom on Windows, Mac, and iOS devices.

Loom is an online video recording and screen sharing solution. It’s a great tool for video conferencing, remote work, training sessions, video blogs, lectures or presentations. Whether you’re collaborating on a project together or giving a presentation in front of an audience of hundreds, Loom has got you covered.

What is screencasting?

Screencasting is video recording of your screen, and it’s a great way to demonstrate how to use software or do something on the internet. Loom has made this easier than ever with live video chat capabilities. That means you can record what you’re doing as long as someone else (or multiple people) are watching.

Loom provides an easy-to-use interface for managing tasks and projects – all from within one app. It gives users access to video conferencing features like remote support, white boarding/annotations and more without having to leave the application itself. You can also schedule meetings in advance through the integrated calendar function which makes it even easier for project managers and team members alike who need help getting things done quickly without losing track of what needs to be done.

Loom is a screencasting video recording solution that makes video collaboration easy.

Is Loom better than other screencasting software?

Yes, because it’s all in one place. Screencasting video recordings are generally saved to a specific folder or given another name so they can easily be sorted out later on – but with Loom you don’t have to leave the application at any time during your video chat. Plus, screencasts recorded through other services can often lead to storage issues if not properly managed over time. That means having hundreds of videos sitting around somewhere without being able to find them when needed! With Loom though, keeping track of what projects need doing is easier thanks to its clear interface and task management tools for project managers who want things done quickly while staying organized at all times.

What are some video recording capabilities through Loom?

Loom enables video chat, screencasting and video conferencing all within the app itself. You can also annotate or draw on your videos to provide more clarity during meetings with remote team members or clients – which means less time spent trying to explain what needs doing via text messages! Scheduling a meeting is easy too thanks to built-in calendar support so you don’t have to worry about forgetting important dates while juggling multiple projects at once. Plus, it’s free for small teams of up to three people who want an online video collaboration solution that gets things done quickly without losing track of tasks along the way.


  • It has a simple user interface
  • It is free for small teams of up to three people
  • Easy video recording and screen sharing
  • No complicated storage systems
  • It’s easy to share videos
  • No need for additional software or hardware
  • Others can comment or annotate videos during a meeting
  • Can schedule meetings in advance through the integrated calendar function
  • You can embed videos for social media sharing




If your team has been having trouble communicating, especially while working remotely. Give Loom a go on their free Starter plan!


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