How to Use Tella for Online Communities
Online communities use Tella to collaborate and connect with one another authentically through video.
Course creators use Tella to make engaging video content and presentations that viewers actually want to watch. With Tella, course creators are making professional videos without a degree in videography.
Share what you’re working on and invite your audience to follow along with your journey by keeping them up to date on what you’re working on.
Make online events more collaborative by networking with others through pre-recorded videos made on Tella. It takes only a couple of clicks to record a video and share it.
Teachers can pre-record their lessons and edit them using Tella’s easy-to-understand editor. They can trim, cut, and rearrange clips to make their final lessons concise and clear.
How to start using Tella for Online Communities
Step 1: Record
From the Tella recorder, pick the screen you want to capture. Once you’re ready, press “Start recording.” You can pause the recording at any time and pick up where you left off with a new clip. When you have all your clips recorded, you can go to the editor to customise them.
Step 2: Customize
When you have all your clips recorded, you can then edit them together to make a polished final video. Change your background or the layout so your webcam and screen are positioned the way that works best for your video.
Step 3: Share or Download
When you’re ready to share with the community, click “Finish.” Download it to an MP4 or share it with a link. If you have any last-minute changes, you can always go back to edit it again.
What are online communities?
Online communities are virtual spaces where people with similar interests or professions come to network and learn. Online communities can be large and small. There are usually admins who monitor conversations in the community and manage the platform that it’s hosted on. They may also host events that bring members together.
How do community members connect virtually?
Depending on the context of the community, members may connect in person or virtually. For many online communities, it’s not feasible to meet in person, so community through online messaging is most common. Members can send written instant messages, record videos, or just share their voices. With Tella, it’s easy to quickly make screen or webcam recordings and share them with the community.
How can you increase engagement in an online community?
To increase engagement in an online community, encourage members to connect with one another through video. Rather than sending a written update, have members send a quick video instead. This makes the community forums more engaging and personal.