Did you know you can embed a Blrt in any web page just like you embed video? The process couldn’t be easier (if you can copy and paste, you can embed a Blrt) and today we walk you through it.This is how you #embed a #Blrt in any web page. Click To Tweet
How it’s done
Relax! Super-geek skills are not required. It all happens in just a few simple steps:
1. In the Blrt app, tap on the little cog beside your Blrt and select ‘Make Blrt public’ so that viewing is unrestricted.
2. The Blrt speech bubble will now be red, indicating it is a Public Blrt. You’ll be presented with the option of sharing the Blrt via Facebook, Twitter or email but since we’re embedding, just tap on the cog again and select ‘Embed code’
3. Choose the size you feel will best suit your web page – S, M, L or XL – just like T-shirts 😉
4. Tap on the ‘COPY CODE’ or ‘EMAIL CODE’ button (this will copy the code to your clipboard or allow you to email the code to yourself)
5. Log in to the back end of your website and paste the code wherever you’d like the Blrt to appear.
You can also watch our fabulous ‘Embedding a Blrt’ tutorial if you’d like to walk through the process.
Why embed a Blrt and not embed video?
Blrts use a different technology to video, so it’s better to embed a Blrt in your website than to embed video for a number of reasons:
1. Making a good Blrt is easier, faster and cheaper than making a good video.
2. Blrts are fast to download and view, because they are a fraction of the bandwidth of video.
3. A lot of companies block sites such as YouTube and Vimeo, so people can’t play those videos in their office.
4. Unlike high compression video, Blrts don’t use a lot of compression, so your viewers enjoy a high quality viewing experience.
So don’t dilly dally. Go ahead and try it out!
Blrt helps you get your point across quickly by allowing you to talk, point and draw over images, documents and websites. The resulting video-like recording is called a Blrt.
Your Blrts require much less bandwidth than video and can be shared with anyone on mobile or desktop. This makes Blrt ideal for both collaboration and the creation and sharing of dynamic content, as public Blrts can be embedded into any webpage.
Once recorded, Blrts are stored in the cloud and are exchanged with others in a conversation-like fashion. A record is kept of the exchange, and new parties and media can be added at any time.
Blrt shifts time and place, allowing users in a conversation to participate in their own time. In an era where activity-based working and distributed teams are commonplace, Blrt is revolutionising the way people interact to get things done.