Loom Integration

Loom Integration: Video recording in Trello

Note The Loom integration for Trello is currently in beta and available for Free and Business Class customers. It is currently only supported on Chrome, Edge, and Brave browsers; as soon as the Loom SDK supports additional browsers we will be supporting them as well.

With the Loom integration for Trello, teams can easily create and share screencast videos in Trello, as comments in cards or as Link cards, for updates, feedback, and other important information that can be accessed wherever and whenever people are working. 

How To Start Using Loom In Trello

You can record up to five videos with Loom without even signing up for an account. Loom also offers extensive free and paid plans that scale to enterprise.

To create a Loom video card:

  1. Click the Loom video icon at the bottom of a list
  2. Install and set up the Loom browser extension or desktop app (if you haven’t already)
  3. Select your video and recording settings and press “Start recording”
  4. Choose what part of your screen to share and click “Share”
  5. Record your video, and then click the recording icon at the bottom of the screen to stop
  6. If everything looks good click “Insert recording” and a new card will be created
  7. To view the recording in Trello click the “Preview” button on the Loom video card

To create a Loom video comment:

  1. From the card back, click the card’s comment field
  2. Click the Loom video icon at the bottom of the comment field
  3. Install and set up the Loom browser extension or desktop app (if you haven’t already)
  4. Select your video and recording settings and press “Start recording”
  5. Choose what part of your screen to share and click “Share”
  6. Record your video, and then click the recording icon at the bottom of the screen to stop
  7. If everything looks good click “Insert recording” and a video comment will be created
  8. Press play to view the recording from the card back 

These videos will be recorded into your “Personal Workspace” in Loom. Note that if your company already uses Loom and has a Loom Enterprise account, you’ll need a Creator license for Loom in order for the video recordings to end up in your Loom Enterprise workspace. (This is entirely separate from Trello workspaces or Trello Enterprise accounts, and any issues or questions can be directed to the Loom Support team.)