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Old 01-23-2016, 01:22 PM   #1
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LXer: Pro tip: Get easy screencasts from your Chromebook


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One feature that has been missing from Chrome OS, for quite some time, is the ability to take screencasts. Why has this been an issue? Because Chrome OS doesn't support the Java plugin used by most of the available screencast tools. That all changes, with the likes of Snagit. Why is this important? Screencasts are a great tool to help train users. Even though Chrome OS might well be one of the most user-friendly platforms on the planet, you might have web-based tools that aren't so easy to use (tools that could greatly benefit from a screencast).

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