Screen Recording for

Internal Comms

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How to use Tella for Internal Comms

Teams can use Tella to keep each other updated, share reports, diagnose bugs, make demo videos, tutorials, and more. Rather than sending another email or typing out a message, send a quick Tella video to get your message across.

Product teams

You can start recording in just two clicks, so you don’t need any additional tools. Tella makes it easy to record your screen and your webcam so sharing updates on product changes, bugs, or feature edits is seamless.


Don’t get bogged down in emails. With Tella, startups can share weekly updates without lengthy reporting and emails. Simply start recording your webcam and screen, explaining what you’re doing this week or on this project and send it off. Team members can watch it at 2X speed to keep up to date faster.

Learning and development

Put employee learning on the fast track by recording tutorials or how-to videos for your knowledge hub. Tella’s editor makes it easy to remove any mistakes, so every video delivers only the essential information.

How to Start using Tella for Internal Comms

Step 1: Record

From the Tella recorder, you can record yourself or only your screen. When you press “Start recording,” you’ll get a three-second countdown to prepare. You can record your demo in clips, so no need to feel you have to get it perfect on your first round.

Step 2: Customise

Once your recordings are completed, customise them in Tella’s editor window. You can trim clips, rearrange recordings, add subtitles, select custom backgrounds, and apply different layouts.

Step 3: Share or Download

When your update is finished, press “Finish.” You can watch the demo and share it with a link, download it as an MP4 file, or embed it on your website.


What are internal communication videos?

Internal communication videos are recordings you send your employees to update them on changes in the company, projects, or your day-to-day. It’s an alternative to email or written updates.

Why video is important for internal communication?

Video updates for internal comms are important because they’re more engaging and can convey information more clearly. In remote workplaces, video communications are a way to connect team members who may not see one another every day.

How long should internal videos be?

Internal communication videos should be less than 5 minutes unless you’re sending over a lengthy update about the company or sharing a presentation. Ideally, the videos should be almost as long as they would be to read as an email. So 1-2 minutes is ideal. With Tella, viewers can speed up the recording to get your update faster.

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