How Do You Save a Loom Video to Your Camera Roll?

Have you ever created a video using Loom and wanted to save it to your camera roll? Maybe you want to share it on social media or keep it for future reference. In this tutorial, we will go over the steps to save a Loom video to your camera roll.

Step 1: Open the Loom app on your mobile device.

If you haven’t downloaded the Loom app yet, head over to the App Store or Google Play Store and download it. Once downloaded, open the app.

Step 2: Select the video you want to save.

You’ll be taken to your dashboard where all of your recorded videos are located. Select the video that you want to save by tapping on it.

Step 3: Tap on the three dots in the upper right-hand corner.

Once you’ve selected the video, you’ll see three dots in the upper right-hand corner of your screen. Tap on them.

Step 4: Tap “Save Video.”

You’ll see a few options pop up when you tap on the three dots. Select “Save Video” from those options.

Step 5: Wait for the video to download.

Once you’ve tapped “Save Video,” wait for it to download. Depending on how long your video is, this may take a few moments.

Step 6: Go to your camera roll and find your saved Loom video.

Once the download is complete, go to your camera roll and find your saved Loom video. From there, you can share it on social media or keep it for future reference!

Tips:

– Make sure that you’re connected to Wi-Fi when downloading or uploading videos.
– If you’re having trouble finding your downloaded video in your camera roll, try searching for its title in your phone’s search bar.
– If you’re still having trouble, try restarting your phone or reinstalling the Loom app.

Conclusion:

Saving a Loom video to your camera roll is a simple process that can be done in just a few steps. With this tutorial, you now have the knowledge to save your videos and share them with others.

Remember to stay connected to Wi-Fi, and if you’re having trouble finding your downloaded video, try searching for its title or restarting your phone. Happy recording!