It is always a great to see a project that you have been working on go live. Today is such a day. Veodia, a company I have been actively advising is finally launching Screenjelly. Screenjelly is the result of Veodia's acquisition of the French company Screentoaster.
The idea behind is very simple, we all find ourselves in the situation where we are trying to explain to others what is going on our our desktop. For instance, a software that you downloaded got stuck, a program you are using freezes or you get lost when using a web service. That is when screenjelly can come handy. Instead of rather trying to explain to people what the problem is in words, you just Screenjelly it and share it over Twitter or Facebook etc to get feeback.
Some of the user scenarios that I see is for Screenjelly is:
- Bug reporting
- A developer that want so share some cool code he is working on
- Web designer needing quick feedback on a design he is working on
- Alternative to support ticket
- Consumer feedback on Web services or software
- When you just want to show something cool on your desktop
- You name it
Big congrats to my good friend Guillaume Cohen and the fabulous Veodia team for this very simple but useful service!