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Use Case Guide

How Product, Design, and Engineering teams use Loom

Use cases to help you work up to 53% faster

  • 80%

    of in-person meetings replaced with a Loom on specific client teams

  • 90

    days of resources put back into our client's business by using Loom to work faster


From endless meetings to forced minimum days in-office, workplaces are still figuring out what the best ways for hybrid teams to communicate should be. As workplaces continue to evolve to become more distributed, high-performing teams have been challenged to redesign their collaborative processes. Teams with heavy visual and collaborative elements to their workflow––like Product, Design, and Engineering teams––have been particularly impacted by inefficient communication practices.

This short guide illustrates quick tips on how Product, Design, and Engineering teams can maximize their workflows using Loom.

Download this guide to:

  • See exactly how companies like LaunchDarkly, Tide, and Brex have saved time and money by using Loom to optimize workflows
  • Learn specific Loom use cases to improve communication on PDE teams
  • Harness the power and flexibility of async video to share knowledge across distributed teams more efficiently
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Inevitably, our meetings took longer than planned. When they didn’t accomplish everything, we still had to augment them with other channels, like posting work in Slack or sending links and emails, which ate up everyone’s time. Loom enables us to maximize our impact as a distributed company by helping us collaborate and share ideas more easily.

Andrew ReynoldsDesign Lead, MetaLab