How is a Q&A video different from a Classic video?

Our Classic celebrations are always LOVED by their recipients. Nevertheless, we thought they could be even better! That's why we launched our Q&A style. When provide people with specific prompts, and they answer them one at a time,, we're finding the answers are even more meaningful and fun!

Here's how our Q&A style works

You create a series of questions and people answer them by video, one at a time.

Here’s the technical magic: Even though people respond at different times, we interleave all the answers so the result is very cool!

For example, first you see Q1, then you see the answers from each person for that question.

Next you see Q2, and each person’s answer. And so on for all questions.

That’s tedious to do on your own in a video editor, even if you’re a pro. But it’s easy to do with’s Q&A style.

Here are just a few examples:

Birthday: A Classic video with everyone wishing your friend Happy Birthday is tremendous. However, imagine how much more impactful a Q&A would be. Ask friends and family some fun or maybe sentimental questions. Here are some examples:

  • What was your first impression of John
  • Share a fun memory of John
  • What song makes you think of John
  • What’s a trait you think makes John unique?

The Newlywed Game: Ask the Bride and Groom (or perhaps just the Groom) to answer a series of questions. The video can then be played at the Bachelorette party as a fun game. Here’s a link to one way that can work.

Off to college: Your son is off to college. Ask friends and family to answer, for example, three questions:

  • What was your own best experience at college?
  • What advice do you have for him?
  • Share your best wishes. OK to be sentimental.

Graduation: Your daughter just graduated from college. Your family and friends would like to congratulate her. Send everyone a Q&A style request for video answers to the following questions

  • What were your own feelings when you graduated?
  • What are your hopes for her, now that she’s entering the next stage of her life?
  • Time to congratulate her. It’s OK to be over-the-top!

A colleague’s retirement: Joe at work is retiring. You could all just say sayonara, and have some cupcakes … or you might ask everyone to answer a few fun questions by video

  • What did you think of Joe when you first met?
  • What is the coolest memory you have with Joe?
  • Who will play Joe in the movie of his life story?
  • How will you feel, now that Joe is gone?
  • What advice do you have for Joe on his retirement?
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