Sequences are a series of automated or manual touchpoints and activities, designed to effectively engage with your prospect.
Hippo Video Account. Sign-up here if you are a new user.
Hippo Video Chrome extension. Click on this link to install.
To create sequences from Outplay:
Log-in to Outplay using your credentials.
Click on the Sequences icon from the quick navigation bar on the left.
Click on Create Sequence from the top right.
You can choose either Build from Scratch, or Sequence from Library options to create a sequence.
Click on Build from Scratch.
Select the email type - Videos can be inserted into both Auto and Manual email types.
Input your desired time interval in the boxes given below.
Now, click on the Hippo Video icon at the bottom right of the email layout.
Select the option from the pop-up.
Before recording, if you have lengthy scripts then it is recommended to enable the teleprompter. The Enable Teleprompter feature within Hippo Video will prompt your scripts on the screen and lets you talk without the need to check your notes. To learn how to enable it, click here.
You can create a new video or import a video from the Hippo Video library or record your screen and share.
To learn how to create a new video, click here.
To learn how to import a video from the Hippo Video library, click here.
To learn how to record your screen, click here.
Once you have completed, your video is ready to be shared.
If you wish to send out your video via a sales page, click the Sales Page tab on the top right corner to select a sales page template to embed, then click the Thumbnail tab on the top right corner to choose a thumbnail for the video. To learn how to set a sales page and thumbnail, click here.
Once you’re done, click on the Copy to Clipboard.
Now, press Ctrl+V ( for Windows) or Command+V (in case of Mac) to paste the video.
You will notice your video gets pasted to the email layout as a thumbnail.
Enter a subject line and click on Save Changes.
Repeat the above steps to add more video emails into the sequence at desired intervals.