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What software tools does Biteable integrate with?

One of the best things about videos is that they are incredibly portable. Biteable videos can be added to nearly any software tool or communication medium. We’ve included best practices for sharing Biteable videos on many of the most popular information platforms.

Sharing your Biteable Video

There are three primary ways you can share a Biteable video with your audience, and all are as easy as clicking a button after you have finished your video.

Copy link: This allows you to share a link to your video's unique watch page hosted by Biteable. Sharing via this link allows you to publish updates to your video without re-sharing your link. Links also give you access to powerful features like analytics, comments, and call-to-action.

Embed: The embed option provides a code that allows you to put your video into web pages as needed. Embeds can also leverage the same functionality of links (see above).

Download: Download your video as an mp4 file to share or upload wherever you please. Nearly all information-sharing and social media platforms allow you to upload video files. Downloaded videos do not require integrations, so can often be the simplest way to use Biteable with certain applications. Downloading is only available in our paid plans.

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Communication & Productivity Tools

Common Use Cases

Team updates

Meeting and event recaps

Event announcements

Policy and process overviews

Weekly or monthly announcements

Milestone, Anniversary, and Birthday announcements

New hire introductions

Employee departure announcements

Typical Sharing Formats


This is the most common method for sharing internal video communication. Links can be shared in any chat or email tools or SMS. Links also provide the ability to make updates without resharing and also have built-in commenting, call-to-action, and analytics capabilities.


Exporting to mp4 is commonly used when video need to be uploaded into a Powerpoint/Slides presentation or uploaded directly into a communication channel like Slack or Microsoft Teams.

Software Platforms

Google Workspace & Apps

Microsoft Teams & Office 365



Human Resources Information Systems

Common Use Cases

Onboarding material

Welcome videos

Goodbye videos

Leadership introductions

Policy overviews

Typical Sharing Formats


Using MP4 files is often the simplest way to add content to internal information hubs


Creating checklists or onboarding documents can benefit from using links since videos can be updated to incorporate new information

Software Platforms


SAP SuccessFactors





Recruiting & Applicant Tracking

Common Use Cases

Job advertisements (short videos to highlight a role or company)

These often include recorded videos from leaders or hiring managers

Employer branding content

Communicating updates to candidates via video

Outlining the recruitment process and next steps

Company culture videos

Benefits and policy information for candidates and new hires

Welcome videos

Celebration videos for roles filled

Recruiting team update videos

Typical Sharing Formats


When posting on social networks, we recommend downloading and uploading directly to your post


Helpful for sharing information with candidates and for internal updates

Software Platforms






Sales & Marketing Platforms

Common Use Cases

Internal training and product/service announcements and updates

Field/Sales enablement

Product launch announcements

Content marketing asset creation

Recapping events or meetings

Event promotions

Customer case studies

Requesting customer testimonials (using Record)

Customer onboarding material

Video pitch content

Typical Sharing Formats


Sharing links is best for ease of distribution, updating content without re-sharing, and leveraging commenting, call-to-action, and analytics functionality.


Certain platforms require or prefer to use uploaded content using mp4 files instead of links or embeds.

Software Platforms





Learning Management Systems

Typical Sharing Formats


Many learning management platforms use formats (e.g., SCORM) that require uploading content directly. Also, learning management systems (LMS) may have functionality for tracking that benefits from uploading content directly.

Links & Embeds

- Sharing links to videos within the curriculum is a common method of providing video content.

- Embedding videos within LMS platforms is also a common way videos can be included. One benefit of embedding or using links is that you can update the video content in Biteable without re-uploading the video into the LMS platform.

Common Use Cases

Training content

Team or organization introductions and overviews

Screen recordings using Biteable’s Record tools

Process and product overviews and updates

Compliance and policy training

Software Platforms

Workday Learning


Articulate 360

Education Tools

Common Use Cases

Course content

Student video assignments

Lesson introduction content

Milestone celebrations

Process and policy updates

Student Resume/Portfolios

Typical Sharing Formats


Educational institutions utilize various tools and services, so having a portable mp4 file can be a simple way to ensure that a video can be uploaded into any system.


Sharing links for class assignments or informational content is a fast and trackable way to share and analyze communications.

Software Platforms



Google Classroom


Canvas (Instructure)


D2L Brightspace

Updated on: 31/08/2023

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