There are a couple of ways you can share your playtest videos with your team – either by sharing direct links to the playtest videos or by adding team members to your team account.

Give your colleagues access

Please check the Help Center article Adding colleagues to your team account if you would like one or more members of your team to have constant access to the videos in your PlaytestCloud account.

Once granted access to your PlaytestCloud account, your colleagues can view all of your teams playtests at any time.

What about the links?

There are a few ways to share videos with links, but before going into further detail, it's important to know that with PlaytestCloud there is always an option to send a private link.

Private links are great because you can send them to anyone on your team without them needing to sign in. Someone with a private link will be able to see all the videos associated with that playtest.

The links can be shared just as you would any other link; in an instant message, email, Skype message, etc.

Where can I find them?

There are two primary places from which you can send private links:

  • The easiest way is from within the My Playtests section of PlaytestCloud.
  • There are multiple places from within the video player screen.
  • You can even copy a link to share at a particular point in the video – which is nice if you just want to show someone a specific moment or two within a video.

You can click anywhere you see the "link" symbol to copy a private playtest video link to your clipboard.

You can also click the "envelope" to send a private link through your desktop email program.

Exporting videos and more

Click on the Export tab in the video player to access these options.

For every playtest video you have the option to download a copy of the video file (in a standard MP4 format), a CSV file with the annotation data or a PDF summary, which includes all the relevant data from the playtest.

The PDF contains the video duration, tester demographics – including some information on their playing habits – and answers to any survey questions.

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