How do I use ScreenPal with Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides?
Google Docs, Google Slides and Google Sheets allow you to insert comments into your working project and for comments ScreenPal works great. Quick, personalized video comments can be very effective when collaborating on a project. If your colleague also has ScreenPal, the over over video preview makes the team even more productive.
Although you can insert text into Google Docs and Google Slides, these text boxes use technologies that prohibit ScreenPal from working correctly. You will not see the ScreenPal icon appear in a Google Slides or Google Docs text box as we have disabled this feature for the beta. We are working on a solution and hope to have this capability in the future. For Google Sheets, we have disabled ScreenPal in cells as the experience would be distracting if ScreenPal appeared in every cell you were editing.
Install ScreenPal Extension
Installing in Google Chrome: Visit Chrome Web Store here. Click on "Add to Chrome" Once installed, you will see the ScreenPal icon in web based text fields. Installing in Microsoft Edge: Visit Chrome Web Store here. Click on "Add to Chrome" Once ...
ScreenPal: My webcam or mic isn't working on Windows
If you are on a Windows Operating System and your webcam or mic are not working from the ScreenPal setup screen (after clicking the ScreenPal icon in a text box), you may not have enabled Chrome permissions for these devices when you installed ...
Google Apps SAML Integration with Screencast-O-Matic
Google Apps SAML Integration with Screencast-O-Matic Google Apps serving as the Identity Provider (IDP) can provide your users with single sign-on (SSO) access via Security Assertion Markup Language 2.0 Standard (SAML) to the Screencast-O-Matic ...
How to setup macOS Permissions for recording with ScreenPal
The ScreenPal recorder runs inside the Google Chrome web browser which needs access to these resources on macOS to make recordings: Screen Recording Microphone Camera Steps to enable access: 1. Choose Apple menu > System Preferences 2. Click ...
Hide and Show ScreenPal on websites
You can control showing or hiding ScreenPal on specific websites. To hide ScreePal on a specific website, begin by hovering over ScreenPal icon. Then, click on the "X" for the option to hide. Once clicking on "Yes hide on this site", it will not ...