ReplayNote updated, includes personal YouTube uploading

You might remember ReplayNote, the note taking app that records your notes as a video and pairs it with your voice comments for sharing via YouTube or with another ReplayNote user. The concept is simply awesome and can revolutionize teacher/student interaction if used properly, but the app is still very new and needs some features to make it truly awesome. The developer emailed e yesterday to tell me that the most important of these features were just added in an update that’s now available; support for using your own YouTube account rather than using the public ReplayNote account. You still don’t have the option to upload the video as a private or hidden video, but now at least you can make an account and log in after sending the video off and change it manually. Great to see they’re working on making the app better as ReplayNote has a lot of potential and already works great.

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Andreas Ødegård

Andreas Ødegård is more interested in aftermarket (and user created) software and hardware than chasing the latest gadgets. His day job as a teacher keeps him interested in education tech and takes up most of his time.

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2 thoughts on “ReplayNote updated, includes personal YouTube uploading

  • I assume you can still make the video private after uploading it, right? From the clips settings. The developers should add this as well. It’s nice that they keep in touch with you. :)

    • Yes, its just like another YouTube video after uploading. Theyll get here, but they cant add everything in one go


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