What is VideoAsk?
VideoAsk is a simple and effective way to get closer to your audience. Record a video straight from your phone or computer, share the link, then wait for the responses to roll in. No forms, no chatbots—just you.
How does VideoAsk work?
Record yourself asking a question, and then send that as a videoask to your audience. People can open the videoask, and reply to you using video, audio or text, from their phone or computer. All the replies are saved in your VideoAsk account for you to view and reply to at your leisure.
Here's a full guide to making a videoask.
How can I sign up for VideoAsk?
You can sign up using the link at the top of this page, or just click here. All you need is an email address to get started with a free account.
What kind of devices can I use?
You can create videoasks on your Windows or Mac computer or use our iPhone app.
What browsers are supported?
You can create and answer videoasks from Chrome, Firefox, Edge and any other browser based on Chromium.
How long can a VideoAsk be?
Your videoask can be up to a minute long, and follow-up questions are the same. A minute might not sound like long, but it is! Check out this video for some tips for making the most engaging videoask possible.
Video and audio Replies are also set to a minute by default. If you have a Brand plan, you can change the reply length, up to 999 seconds.
Can I send multiple questions to people?
Yes! You can create threads with follow-up questions to your videoask replies. This tutorial explains how.
How can I share my videoask?
There are a few ways to share your videoask. Every one you create has its own URL, and anyone who clicks on that link can answer your videoask for as long as it it live. Find out more here.
Can I remove VideoAsk branding?
Yes, on our BRAND paid plan. See all of our plans here.
Why can’t I record my video in Safari?
Safari does not support yet the MediaRecorder API which we use for video capture. However we are planning to move to WebRTC, so that we can also support these browsers. Watch this space.