Best part? Every time someone accesses this video, I get an email notification. If and when you log-in to Loom's website, you can see your entire list of videos recorded and even make folders, like in your favourite Cloud service (Google Drive, iCloud, etc).
Speaking of logging in to your Loom account, you can even edit your video online. I don't necessarily mean adding Instagram filters, but trimming, adding call-to-action (pro version), and even thumbnails.
Let's talk pricing. Using Loom is free, but only for the most basic features-- these include: recording up to 25 videos, recording your screen and camera, allowing comments & Instagram-like reactions to your videos, and viewer insights. For the most basic user, this should be enough. However, some of the features I've covered today, do fall under their pro plan (which I think is worth it, but it depends on your needs). Either way, you get a 14-day free trial automatically once you sign up.
The Pro plan includes unlimited videos, the drawing tool I enjoy so much, calls-to-action, and recording specific portions of your screen. This is $10/month, but if you're a student or a teacher (.edu email), Loom Pro is 100% free for you, forever! I graduated in 2019 but still have my .edu email, which made me eligible as well.