We have received feedback from many of our customers and have been improving the plugin. Today we would like to tell you more about the plugin version 1.03 released just before Christmas. Do not let the small increment in numbers fool you, the changes are big! Here are the changes since the inital 1.0 release: Continue reading
Gone are the days when global communication depended on words and photos alone. In today’s global business environment, employees have an immense variety of different communication tools and channels from social media to forums, and from emails to online videos. No matter which one is chosen, the key factor is that the communication channel needs to be able to transmit the message from sender to receiver, preferably in a fast and easy way. Continue reading
On Oct 16th, Apple has transferred the responsibility of OS X Java support to Oracle. This means that Java plugin must be re-installed from Oracle’s website.
This basically forces the users on Mac OS X to install Java plugin manually. Our screen recorder requires Java to work, so we describe here the steps required to make sure that you have a functional Java version. Continue reading
Greetings from the R&D!
We have been silent for a while, but only because we’ve been busy developing the next version of ScreenMail.
Based on the feedback we have received, we found that there was an opportunity to do a major upgrade which will bring the usability and value of ScreenMail to a new level. We intend to improve especially the user experience and workflow, and we are not afraid to change a lot of aspects of the software to accomplish this.
MOOC stands for massive open online course and it is probably the biggest thing happened to education since the Internet. The reason why it can be considered as the biggest thing for education in the 21st century is the fact that MOOC’s enable anyone at any place and any time to create the material for learning in any format – AND anyone at any place and any time to watch the material. Of course there are also live education events but the main idea is to make learning possible irrelevant of time, place, and wealth of the learner. Continue reading
Dream Broker has launched ScreenMail plugin for Atlassian JIRA, the issue tracking and project management software used by over 12 000 organizations globally. ScreenMail makes screen recording a part of the daily product development workflow. Dream Broker’s proven cloud-based video technology is already widely used in businesses of all sizes around the globe for training and internal communication. The use of videos in development eliminates misunderstandings and saves time and costs, especially in remote collaboration, project management and IT support. Continue reading
Atlassian JIRA with its clean interface and robust tracking and collaboration features allows a software development team to effectively move through its workflow. It’s an elegant solution that works well off the shelf. In addition to its built-in features, Atlassian’s API and developer network allows for virtually unlimited possibilities with add-ons and plugins. For example, imagine how much easier it would be to resolve issues if you could see the issue as it plays out. ScreenMail for JIRA plugin allows you to do just that. While text and screenshots provide you with a general idea, recorded screencasts deliver additional benefits. Continue reading
Good news for all users of Atlassian Jira!
We have released ScreenMail – Screen Recording for Jira as a plugin.
With the plugin, you can create issues for bugs and tasks by recording them directly from your screen. The plugin works without any desktop installations in Windows, Linux and OS X. Continue reading
It is widely acknowledged that videos help marketers (and eventually sales) in numerous ways: Videos increase the confidence to buy a certain product, they drive more people to your website & increase the time spent there, and eventually videos will increase your sales. Continue reading
We’re pretty sure you couldn’t have missed the humongous amount of video-related media on the Internet lately. Moreover, you’re most certainly familiar with such big players as YouTube and Vimeo; The direction of web-based communication seems to develop more and more to creating, sharing and watching videos instead of plain texts or funny pictures. Furthermore, Cisco predicted in July 2011 that by 2014 videos will account for at least 90% of the whole internet traffic and by this day it sure looks they had it right. Continue reading