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Transform training videos into two-way conversations with VidGrid

VidGrid makes it 'ridiculously simple' for any anyone in an organisation to quickly capture and share knowledge directly within Totara. As video’s most interactive platform, VidGrid helps democratise video and organise content for your organisation.

Going beyond recording, editing, hosting, and sharing; VidGrid transforms video into a two-way conversation by empowering anyone to capture knowledge, converse with the audience, and control the flow of information.

VidGrid in Totara

Capture. Converse. Control

With VidGrid, any user can record (screen, webcam, or both!), edit, and share videos all within one platform. Harness the power of video to effectively teach and train your user base. 

VidGrid is an interactive, centralised location for your video training content, which organises your content into a searchable video library you can reference at any time.

VidGid searchable video library

Create and collect conversations

Unlock the power of video as a communication tool with our extension where you can:

  • Track viewing habits to see who’s watching what
  • Use calls to action and interactive video quizzes to make your videos even more engaging
  • Utilise presentation tools to highlight especially important information
  • Download videos so you can learn online or offline

VidGrid seamlessly integrates into Totara Learn, to provide a streamlined user experience that allows anyone to record and/or upload videos, and auto-embed videos anywhere.

Integrating VidGrid with Totara Learn

VidGrid is offered on a subscription basis.  When a subscription is confirmed, users go through a self-activation process to have VidGrid connected to their Totara Learn instance. 

VidGrid is compatible with Totara Learn version 2.9 and above.

Get started with a free 14-day trial

Arrange a demo today to find out more about integrating VidGrid's interactive video tool with Totara Learn, and find your feet with a free trial.

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