What is a feedback request video?
A feedback request is when you ask a colleague for their input on a presentation, project, or piece of work you’ve completed by sending them a video. Making a feedback request video is much more effective than writing to ask for feedback. Rather than spending a lot of time writing down your thoughts and crafting and lengthy message, jump into Tella’s screen recorder to record what you see and walk through your work.
How to request feedback with a video:
Step 1: Record
Log in or sign up for Tella. It only takes a couple of clicks. Once inside, open the screen recorder and pick the screen and webcam you want to record. Press “Start recording.” Share what you’re working on and point out what you want feedback on. Stop the recording at any time and start another clip to ensure all your feedback requests are captured.
Step 2: Customise
Once you have everything recorded, use Tella’s editor to customise the video. Trim, rearrange, add subtitles, change backgrounds, or apply different layouts. Tella’s editor is easy to intuitive to use. If you need to, you can always go back and make another recording.
Step 3: Share or Download
When you’re done editing, you can watch the video, share it with a link, export it as an MP4 file, or embed it on your website. If you want to make any changes, you can always go back to re-record clips.
How do you politely ask for feedback?
What should I ask for in a feedback request?
In a feedback request, make sure you’re very clear with what you want feedback on. Rather than asking, “what do you think about this?” start a screen recording on Tella and show them exactly what you’ve worked on and what you need feedback on.
When should you ask for feedback?
Depending on the project, you should ask for feedback at every major milestone. For smaller projects, you may only need to request feedback once, but for larger projects, it’s wise to break it into chunks and outline where you’ll need feedback from your colleagues.