Claap is the first asynchronous video collaboration platform that helps distributed teams make faster and better decisions.

What can I do with Claap?

With Claap, you can share updates, get feedback and make decisions, without the need to be in the same room, at the same time.

Get started in 2 minutes:

  1. Record a quick video of your screen and cam β€” Share a screen recording of your work with a simple link. Annotate your video to ask for feedback.

  2. Get contextual feedback β€” Let your teammates annotate your video and leave time-stamped comments. Reach alignment with threads & polls.

  3. Keep your team on the same page β€” Centralize feedback & decisions. Share next steps with powerful integrations.

Which teams benefit from Claap?

Product, Design, and Engineering

Empower your design, product, and engineering teams to align and innovate asynchronously. Design reviews, Product demos or QA reports: bring your team together to plan, execute and ship faster, from product roadmap to launch.

Marketing, Sales, and Customer Success

From strategy to product adoption, rally the team together at each step of your workflow and close the gap with clients to craft the ultimate go-to-market.

Read more on best practices from distributed leaders in our Guides and Playbooks.

How is Claap different?

Asynchronous Video Collaboration brings in a new way to allow quick alignment and decision-making. It provides a new way to get feedback and make decisions that combines the flexibility of async communication, with the context and interactivity of a meeting.

Asynchronous Meetings powered by Claap help teams (i) share updates, (ii) get feedback and solve problems, (iii) turn this feedback into action and next steps, and (iv) build a system of record of all decisions in the company to ensure transparency at scale.

Explore the Get Started section to find out how you can quickly start creating and collaborating in Claap. And if you need additional help, here's what you can do:

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