HealthSnap is a simple set of web & mobile applications that make it easy for you to send short video messages as a more personal alternative to email. A healthsnap is 60 seconds, maximum. And you can add attachments right to the video message.
Because you believe in putting people first. Because most of what defines and drives how we communicate and how we nurture relationships does not get captured in email or text messages. And because our tests show that engaging customers and prospects via healthsnap yields a 41% increase in the rate at which those recipients take action, as compared to when you reach them via email. It’s all about bringing the personal back into how we engage the key people in our lives.
Individuals who want a more personal way to stay in touch with family and friends. And really customer-centered businesses and organizations that are looking for a more personal, more effective way to engage and move their customers and prospects. Oh and there’s at least one Division 1 college basketball team.
You can use it on a Mac or PC and we support Chrome, Safari, Firefox, as well as Internet Explorer 9. You can also download our PowerInbox application (link) to view healthsnaps right in your inbox! PowerInbox is currently available for Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo, and Hotmail on Chrome/Firefox/IE.
The only people that can see your healthsnaps, other than yourself, are the people you send them to. Didn’t send a healthsnap? You’re the only one that’ll see it! Well, unless you leave your computer unattended and someone creeps on over. However, if you choose to share your healthsnap via Twitter or any other public social network/website, that healthsnap may appear in Google search or may be picked up in other places based on your title/description’s keywords.
You sure can! Sharing is caring, but for the time being we’ve limited users to 300 shares per healthsnap. Soon we’ll have different levels of HealthSnap membership that will allow you to share with more people. As a side note, we’ve found that healthsnaps work best when lists are segmented. The more personal the healthsnap, the more likely people will be engaged!
It’s like a profile picture but a better way of getting to know you! Any healthsnap that you’ve made can be your signature healthsnap, but the only thing that’ll show up on your profile page is the video (so no attachments, titles, tags, or descriptions). You can always access your signature healthsnap by typing in: http://www.healthsnap.it/profile/(yourusername) Add it to your email signature or website to help folks get a better sense of who you are.
If your photo isn't showing up in the email notifications that your recipients receive, that means that you have not set your HealthSnap signature. The photo is the thumbnail from your signature healthsnap.
Yes, if you as the sender delete a healthsnap from your feed, it’ll be deleted from the recipient’s feed.
Soon! We'll support most Android devices, as well as iPhones and the iPad 2. Blackberry and Windows phone support are coming soon after! Don't think they’re coming soon enough? Bug us and tell us you’ll even beta test if you have to.
Nope, you don’t need to send your healthsnap right away. Once you hit that save button, it’s in your feed and you can share it any time
We don’t have a direct share to Facebook just yet, but if you click on your healthsnap, you can grab the URL and post it to Facebook (or anywhere really). It’ll look a lot like a media post in that it’ll have your healthsnap’s title and description, but the attachments won’t be shown and the user must click through to watch it on the HealthSnap.com site.
Not currently, but soon!
The link to grab your embed code is right above the analytics link in your feed. You can’t embed healthsnaps that have been sent to you unless someone gives you the embed code. You can post to most blogs and websites by pasting our embed code into the HTML. Currently, there are some known issues with WordPress and Eventbrite. If you’re having trouble embedding your healthsnap, let us know.
Currently, you can keep as many healthsnaps as you’d like! But pretty soon unlimited storage will become a premium feature. Once that happens, free accounts will be limited in terms of how many healthsnaps they can store. More on that soon.
Right now, you can't. We're intending to let you do this, but currently you have to attach any documents or links before you hit save.
Yes. Try using sticky notes! Both major operating systems have an application to create virtual sticky notes and drag them anywhere on your screen. We suggest you put one on your screen and give yourself three bullets to include in your healthsnap. That's about as much as you can say in a minute without seeming rushed. Also, we suggest putting the sticky up near your computer, so that your eye will be near the camera.
Trick question. Coconut cream, of course.