Published on September 15, 2023 by Brian Dvorak

Screen Recording is great for making video tutorials and instructional videos for colleagues or students. This can be accomplished using Microsoft Stream or even by a simple Teams Meeting recording. But guess what, screen recording is now available in Flip (formerly Flipgrid), a staff favorite for video-based collaboration. Teachers have used Flip over the years to engage students and boost their voice through video-based reflections. But now it’s even better!

That’s right – you can now make screen recordings within Flip to create explainer videos, instructional videos, and more. Your screen recordings are published to the Flip website and can be immediately shared to your students through a share link. Additionally, your videos can be shared publicly, such as to families, if you so desire.

Wondering how this works? We’ve got you covered! The video below goes into detail on how to create a screen recording with Flip…

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