Have you ever spent a huge amount of time on creating a video to train, inform and teach colleagues about something that is central to your business? I know I have.
It is a great way to educate people in this modern era where attention spans compete with gold fishes, and ADD is everywhere. A great location to store this video is in SharePoint; further you can add useful links to relevant content to promote further learning.
However, one important part of this entire magical process is missing; you need to know who watched the video and how long did they watch it for? Previously, one would simply have to hope that the video was viewed and everyone was enlightened; the reality is sometimes the complete opposite hell on earth scenario occurs where the only person to ever watch the content is you and your mother.
Vitals comes to the rescue. With its new Video reporting feature, you can see how many users viewed the video and how long they viewed it for. Bug people to watch it if they haven’t and ensure you get that content to the people that matter the most.
If you really want to get fancy, use page clicks to make sure they followed the additional content links on the page, but we will save that for another time.
So with that, don’t be afraid any longer that your video content is going unseen. Make sure you get the adoption you want and leverage Vitals to get the job done.