What types of notes and questions can I add on Mindstamp?Last Updated: August 28, 2019
Mindstamp makes it easy to add personalized and contextual notes, rich comments and query-based interactions to any video. Simply click on the 'Add Note or Question' button on the bottom toolbar and you'll see this screen.
A quick description of each.
- Text Note: Basic text notes will show up as an overlay on the screen at the time you made them without pausing the video. This is a simple way to draw attention to specific sections or critical moments in a video without disrupting the flow. You can choose where on the screen your text note display (top center, bottom center or top left).
- Voice Note: You can record a short voice clip from your device, which will pause the video and play at the time you created it. Voice notes are a great way to heavily personalize and bring your perspective or insight into focus. This includes video transcription for accessibility, which allows you to easily speak your mind.
- Video Note: You can record a short voice clip from your device, which will pause the video and play at the time you created it. Video notes put you front-and-center with your audience, creating a moment to really emphasize a key point or prep the audience for what's coming next.
- Question: Questions can be free response (just text), video response where your audience response visually to you, voice response or multiple choice. With multiple choice questions you can create powerful interactions to open additional resources by URL, trigger calls, text messages or emails, and move to different areas of the video. You can read more about questions in this help section.
Check out other help articles for more detailed explanation on each.