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This July we’ve a number of exciting features to share.

To start the month on the right foot, we’ve just made it even easier for you to share your video clips*. Now, any clips you create can be shared with a direct link. 

Clips from the Upload Clips section can be shared via links


What this means is that you can create a clip in a couple of minutes and share it in Slack, email, Zoom or on social media. No need to download the file (but that of course is still always available).

In addition, the transcript of the video can be shared externally and all your views will be tracked so that you can see how well your content performs.

To get you started, here are some ideas on how to use the clip sharing function.

Engage your sales prospects on email
Add a clip from a case study or webinar into your sales outreach cadences (and track the views!).

Share moments from Zoom calls
Clip a highlight from your virtual call and share it in Slack in an instant.

Post a video clip on social
Clip a key moment from your webinar and share it on social media in a matter of minutes.

To get started, login to Milk Video now

Milk Video is used by marketing and sales teams all over the world to turn long videos into short and engaging video highlights.

Below are just some of the creative snippets made in minutes using the Milk Video platform.

Thought piece
For sharing on linkedin, email and other channels to build authority

Webinar highlight
For sharing key moments on social media and webinar followup

Product demo
For sharing a main moment from a product demo in email cadences, support documents or on social media.

Note: the speaker will be in a circle like in the video below

Pre-webinar promotional clip
For promoting an upcoming webinar and to drive registrations

Speaker Preview

Panelist seminar highlight
For sharing key moments with multiple speakers on social media and webinar followup.

Screenshare with captions and company branding

  • Webinar Promotion: Promoting an upcoming webinar with a pre-recorded clip/trailer of the event.
  • Virtual Event Highlight: Clipping highlights from a webinar or seminar and sharing it on social media to drive on-demand signups
  • Sales Followup to Event: Sending key clips to registrants of the event with the aim of booking a meeting.
  • Sales Expansion: Pulling quick product demonstrations and sharing them with current clients to drive adoption of the product.
  • Internal Communications: Quickly highlighting a key moment from a meeting to share on Slack across the company.

There are a million ways to use Milk Video, but the most common we see are for the following:

See how go1’s Enterprise Account Executive is using Milk Video to get the message out.