Recently, I was emailing a client to let them know a new feature in their Laravel app was ready for them to test in the staging environment.
It was a fairly complex workflow with 4 different scenarios, so instead of writing up a long email, I recorded a short screencast for them instead.
I thought it would be more likely for them to understand it with the visual walkthrough, and not just a wall of text instructions. As a bonus, in the process of recording it, I found 2 small issues myself and was able to fix them before sending the email.
This same approach works well within a team. Instead of just typing up a bug report or submitting a PR with a text description, recording a quick demo can provide a lot of valuable context.
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