• Could not connect to Twitter

Digg adds Screencast for user-education

Digg.com, the hugely popular social news site, has just released a screencast which demonstrates Digg’s latest features (original blog link).

Strangely they have chosen to use Flash version 8 which isn’t available on many Linux machines (losing them a portion of their audience) though the screencast works fine on Windows and Mac machines.

In 3 minutes they cover a range of new features at Digg which educate the viewer on how to share and favourite the news stories and shows them how to customise their user profile.

Add Streaming Video To Your Company Website?

We help you to add streaming video and screencasts to your company website.

For 2 years our public ShowMeDo.com has streamed a Terabyte of high-quality tutorial videos every month to a global audience. During that time we have been providing a managed service for companies who wish to demonstrate their products and services to their users.

Contact us to learn how streaming video can generate sales leads and reduce your technical-support burden.

Please share:
  • DZone
  • del.icio.us
  • Reddit
  • Furl
  • Ma.gnolia
  • email
  • StumbleUpon
  • Technorati
  • TwitThis
  • Slashdot
If you enjoyed this post, make sure you subscribe to my RSS feed!

Related posts:

  1. 80% of UK users stream video
  2. IBM uses video to help you install a memory upgrade (Thinkpad X40 and X41)
  3. eXpansys using streaming video to show products ‘in action’
  4. Public interest in professional screencast production
  5. New Services Client – More Moolaa with Yoolaa

Comments are closed.