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Loom joins Atlassian

Exciting news: Atlassian just announced the acquisition of the video messaging platform Loom.

In a move that promises to revolutionize workplace collaboration and remote work, Atlassian has just announced its acquisition of the video messaging platform Loom. This aims to reshape the way we work, allowing engineers to visually document their progress, help HR with onboarding and sales teams to send video updates to clients.

Imagine a future where your workday is enhanced by seamlessly integrating video communication into your daily tasks:


By integrating Loom's capabilities with artificial intelligence, customers can seamlessly switch between videos, scripts, documentation, and the resulting workflows. These videos can be embedded directly into workflows in Jira or Confluence, opening up new opportunities for efficient collaboration.


What is Loom?

Loom, headquartered in San Francisco, is a video messaging platform with a global user base of over 25 million people. The rapid increase of remote and distributed workforces has led to an increased reliance on tools that enable teams to collaborate asynchronously, regardless of geographical location and time zones. Loom empowers users to create instructional and onboarding videos, making it an invaluable tool for enhancing communication through easily shareable videos.


Atlassian's acquisition of Loom is poised to redefine the way teams collaborate in the digital age. With a strong emphasis on visual communication, this partnership is set to transform the workplace landscape, bringing us one step closer to the future of work. Find more information in Atlassians press release.

Do you have questions about Loom and how you can already use it in Jira and Confluence? Contact us! We are happy to assist you.