Lauren Taylor

Brilliantly mask any content within your screenshots

If you’ve been lucky enough to capture applications with mostly a white background, then you’ve probably gotten a lot of use out of our “White out” mask tool. However, if you capture applications with user interface colors other than white, well, then there’s a good chance you’ve wished for the ability to mask using a color that matches.

Using iorad’s new “Pick a Color” option, you are able to select a color within the current step screenshot and then mask the area with that specific color. Think of it like an eye dropper tool.

Check out the tutorial below to see how “Pick a Color” works:

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Another Format Output for Another Use Case

There are a variety of uses for iorad. Our customers use iorad in quite a few ways …to train partners, sales enablement, product training, etc. It’s endlessly flexible.

Google Slides is just another optional format available. For instance, if you are capturing product release info & want to pass it along for feedback to team members that are not iorad creators — you might consider exporting to Google Slides. That way you can combine iorad’s quick & easy capture & share methods with Google’s quick & easy collaborativeness.

Check out how it works below:

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Lock Settings for Brand Consistency

Locking settings for consistency or branding is a great tool when you are managing a team of creators in iorad.

Now team administrators can lock specific settings to prevent them from getting changed.

Administrators can create a Tutorial template that is set up with the correct settings and then lock them in the Account > Admin area.

Check out how it works below:

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Set a Custom Passing Percent for Tutorials

In addition to setting the acceptable time for the tutorial, you can also customize the acceptable accuracy for the tutorial. The default accuracy is set to 80%; however, you can alter the passing percentage to something else.

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Re-use recorded or TTS generated audio

Ever found yourself having to re-record the same audio for different tutorials or wishing you could export an audio file to use elsewhere?

In our latest update you can download audio files right from within the audio editor.

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Import Existing Tutorial Steps

We’ve heard your questions & we have responded!

Can I combine tutorials? Can I move a few steps into this other tutorial?

YES!!

We now have the “Import Tutorial” option. (Please note: this is only applicable for tutorials within your account.)

Once you’re in the tutorial editor, just click “Advanced” then you’ll find “Import Tutorial.”

Select which tutorial you’d like to import, confirm your selection, and bada bing bada boom your tutorials are now combined. Any extra steps, you can simply delete.

It is important to note that you still can not combine tutorials that were created with different iorad tutorials. Meaning, if you captured a tutorial with the extension, you would not be able to import a desktop tutorial into it.

Check out this tutorial to see how it works:

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Lauren Taylor

Lauren Taylor

Lifelong Learner| Techie | iorad Superfan | Picky Foodie | #Shiplap