Choose your capture mode. Record with Screen + Cam to show what is on your screen with your face to make it personal, Cam Only to record just your face, or Screen Only to record your screen and audio only.
Need help choosing?
Think of it as sharing the link of a news article or YouTube video. You can paste the link anywhere and anyone can click the link to watch it.
Share this link with your students, teachers, or colleagues. The folks who view your videos do not need their own Loom account to watch it.
Pull up your class content onto your preferred presentation page (Google slide or Powerpoint), once this is ready launch the Loom recorder.See How ->
Loom's Drawing Tool (desktop app only) is a great way to provide feedback and make quick markings on your screen as you narrate. Markings will disappear after a few seconds. This is the intended behavior to keep your screen clear and clutter-free.See How ->
Make sure your text displays the right way around in your webcam recordings.
For the Desktop App: Open the recording menu, click on the three little dots in the upper corner, click on Preferences, toggle on or off the Flip Camera option for your desired effect.
For the Chrome Extension: Open the recording menu, click on Show Advanced Options, check or uncheck the Flip Camera option for your desired effect.
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Please apply via this form. To be eligible for Loom for Education you must be a student or educator with an accredited institution, sign up using your school-issued email address, and must have a valid school or university email address.
Only people who you share your video link with can see your video. Loom does not have access to view your videos and your videos are not searchable in online search engines, unless you enable that option.
If you'd like to add an extra layer of security you can password protect your videos: here's how to do that. If you'd like to read more about how deeply the creators of Loom value your security and privacy please take a look at the following help article.
To identify who watched your video, they will need to have a Loom account and be logged in while watching. Otherwise, it'll show up as an Anonymous view. Learn more here.
Follow the steps in this article here.
To prevent students from emoji reacting and leaving comments on your videos, you can turn this off from your video settings. This article will show you how.
This can happen when you're logged into different accounts between the desktop app and browser version of Loom. To fix this, log out of both then back into your preferred account.
Although we don't integrate natively with other education programs you might use such as Google Classroom or Seasaw, you can download your Loom video, then upload it into these sites. Here's how.