Loom for Engineering
Give context to your code
Review, document, and collaborate across engineering teams using async video.
Why Engineering teams use Loom
- To improve code reviews
- To collaborate asynchronously
- To centralize team knowledge
Get more out of code reviews
Review and submit code with increased context and clarity. Async video lets engineers accelerate their development cycle.
- Demo code in context
Record a demo of the code or application you’re working on easily with narrated async video.
- Hit record and review code
Don’t wait for the next standup to give feedback. Hit record and deliver more personal, precise feedback.
- Squash the bugs
Replicate and record bugs in your development environment to document, diagnose, and resolve them faster.
Add customizable CTAs to videos to give users an easy path to important links and resources.
- Drawing tools
Emphasize mouse clicks and draw on your screen as you record.
- Content security
Restrict viewing by email address and add password protection.
- Rich reactions
Give viewers the ability to add comments and react to your video with emojis.
Connect and collaborate across teams
Increase understanding and efficiency while working with other teams on projects.
- Pair development with design
From the first product prototypes to putting the final pixel in place, keep everyone on the same page with async video handoffs and updates.
- Partner with product owners
Demo products in development with product owners to clarify requirements and discuss trade-offs.
Loom works everywhere you do
Seamlessly record and embed videos within the development tools you already use.
Share and document knowledge
Collect and organize information across platforms and put everything your team needs in one place.
- Code repositories
Speed up pull requests and address common errors by recording FAQ answers and documenting demos.
- Systems architecture
Guide your team through systems architecture diagrams to how information flows throughout your stack.
- Debug workflows
Quickly record and share the steps a user, support agent, or teammate can take to resolve an issue.