Record Video: Weet vs. Loom
Every organization needs a communication platform, and making the right choice is integral to your business. Here we will review and compare two of the most popular video messaging platforms – Weet vs. Loom – to help you make the right choice.
Learn how to record video - and your screen - at the same time with Weet!
Weet is a video recording and screen sharing platform that allows users and teams to communicate with ease. It was created to eliminate the hours wasted in non-productive meetings.
Weet includes instant recording, screen sharing, link sharing, emoji reactions, and rich comment options. Video owners can use access controls to set privacy filters for videos to restrict visibility for users who don’t have a password or URL link.
Weet automatically generates a custom URL for every video message so viewers can share links with others. Weet has apps available for both Apple and Android. Weet offers a free version with limited capabilities and also offers pricing plans for three different tiers, billed per user, per month.
Understand the different attributes that Loom offers
Loom is a video recording platform that allows users to use Loom to record video or their screen.
Loom’s editing tools allow users to edit, trim, and add CTAs and custom thumbnails. Like Weet, a customer URL is created for each video message, and video owners can use access controls to set privacy filters for videos to restrict visibility for users who don’t have a password or URL link.
Loom has an app available for Apple only, not Android Loom offers a free version with limited capabilities and also offers pricing plans for three different tiers, billed per user, per month.
Compare price points for Weet and Loom
For Remote Work and Beyond
Understand Weet and Loom's Unique Offerings
No collaborative recording option
Only filters, no virtual backgrounds
Must install a chrome extension or a Mac app
No editing option after recording the video
Only emoji & text commenting options, no screen share or audio
5 min max in the free version
A Loom is a single video, no sections like Weet
Only IOS app, no Android
Loom extension does access website the user is in
No limit on number of Weets recorded and shared , even in free version
Record in sections that can be updated, rearranged and/or deleted
IOS & Android app
Record together with your team in the same video – each team member can record their own section
Auto-transcription and auto-captioning even in the free version
Add filters & virtual background on your video
Re-edit your video anytime, even after sharing the link
Rich commenting options: emoji, text, audio, video & screencast
No limit to video length, even in the free version
The viewer can hide the webcam video
A Weet has built-in sections allowing the viewer to move directly to the right section
Privacy! The Weet extension doesn’t access the website the user is navigating through