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StoryTagger mobile app

Chances are you need to find new ways to help people work, learn and connect with each other. Video communication is proving the most powerful way to do this but most people find filming themselves a nerve-wracking prospect.

This is where StoryTagger can help. If you’re asking your people to share a story, tip or team update our app will guide and coach them through the process, stress-free. From working out what to say to recording a well shot video that people want to watch, StoryTagger helps everyone reflect, plan, and film a great story.

We’ve listened to customers, analysed 1000s of videos and stayed faithful to our quest to create the best possible selfie video tool for work.

 PLANNING AND REFLECTION

Smart planning makes everyone a storyteller

StoryTagger gives everyone the confidence to share their best stories, concisely. Prompts, notes and the ability to plan and record in bite-sized parts simplifies the most complex stories and even makes it fun.

See how the Campaign Manager helps your team design amazing interview frameworks for your people to use in the mobile app.

Helping people reflect and plan

  • Complex stories broken into bitesized parts supports first time or seasoned storytellers
  • View the whole story arc or dive into the detail makes sure everyone can craft an engaging narrative
  • Keep a train of thought with prompts and notes for more flexible storytelling.
  • The app guides new users through each step – no extra instructions required.
RECORDING

Smart recording helps you look and sound fantastic

There’s a lot to think about when self-filming. We think the best technology does the heavy lifting.

StoryTagger reduces nerves, increases confidence and helps people to recognise their own value.

Eye tracking, background noise detection and many other tools now means even better video quality.

Record perfect selfie videos – no experience required

  • Intuitive face-framing ensures space for subtitles and captions. 
  • Improved eyeline creates connection with the viewer.
  • Clear audio, even in noisy environments.
  • Enhanced stabilisation reduces shake. 
  • Light detection assures a well lit video every time.
PREVIEW AND SUBMISSION

Even easier to review and share your videos

After you’ve captured your best thoughts and ideas we’ve made it even easier for you to preview and submit videos.

There’s no editing or technical skills needed as StoryTagger combines all the individual parts into one overall video.

You can even re-record any individual parts if you feel they need a little lift!

 

A frictionless creative process from planning to submission

  • Previewing tools make it fast to review and adapt videos
  • Creators provide custom name for their videos
  • Custom thumbnail selection puts people in control of how they’re presented
  • Automatic editing, plus secure, GDPR-compliant upload.
Join the teams improving how their people work and learn
“StoryTagger team’s support, flexibility and collaboration have been amazing in the past months. So delighted to be working with you on this project.”

Smaranda Dochia

Director of Digital Learning & Events
Association of Coaching

Powerful video curation for small, busy teams

Campaign Manager is the administration space for you to design, manage and moderate videos filmed on the StoryTagger mobile app.

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