I know I have been posting a lot about screen-recording, but these are very essential to use as educators are using multiple types of devices in the classroom. Recordit.co is a very unique screen recorder because it does not require the creator of the screen-recorder to save the recording as a file. Instead, recordings are all saved on the companies end by a URL link, so you don't have to worry about using space up on your device.
The only downside of using this tool is the initial download of the program for your computer. It only works on your computer and it requires you to download it to either your Mac or PC. Once this free and quick download is over, you can fire up the tool and choose the location of your screen to record. When your recording is finished, it creates a video of your screen-cast and you can pass on the URL link to those you want to share it with by copying the link of the video.
This tool also can take your video and turn it into a GIF. Which means.......Graphics Interchange Format. Why would I want a GIF? Well, we all know that sometimes videos take a longer time to load depending on your internet connection. If you take your scree-casting video and convert that to a GIF, your video will turn into a bunch of pictures packed together. Pictures take up less space and load a lot faster than videos do, so if you have a slow connection, try a GIF.
Check out my examples below of a brief screen-cast.