More than 1 million people use Jumpshare to share better
If you’re in the market for a Bonjoro alternative that offers faster video recording and a better user experience, you’re in the right place. Jumpshare is an adaptive and all-round effective alternative to Bonjoro that gives users advanced sharing controls and many other features. To find out more, go through our comparison of their features below.
|Annotate local images|
|Record videos||Record GIFs|
|Record with click-tracking|
|Add call-to-action button on video|
|200+ file type previews|
|Drag & drop upload|
|Advanced shareable links|
|Advanced link expiration|
|Receive files from others|
When it comes to video recording, Jumpshare has the advantage over Bonjoro in regards to quality and speed because Jumpshare was designed especially for remote visual communication. Bonjoro offers video recording as an additional feature to their marketing-based platform, providing a recorder as a Google Chrome extension.
Where Jumpshare is a communication platform for collaboration as well as engagement, Bonjoro delves more into the realm of the latter using video email. This is why, while Bonjoro lets users record both their screens and webcam simultaneously and separately, they don’t offer any other annotation tools for the duration of the recording. Jumpshare users, on the other hand, have the choice to draw on their screens while recording in order to add emphasis and clarity to the video. Jumpshare’s click-tracking feature also allows viewers to follow every click of your pointer in the video. You can record with or without your webcam in 4K/UltraHD quality and share your videos within seconds of creation via cloud.
In addition to this, Jumpshare has a desktop app for both macOS and Windows users, a web app, and a mobile app for iPhone users. Bonjoro has a web app and a mobile app for iPhone and android. The advantage of having a desktop app is that it allows Jumpshare users to record and upload videos independent of a browser, leading to faster recording. The Jumpshare desktop app can integrate with your system’s default shortcuts to make the process even faster.
Since Bonjoro deals mostly with the marketing angle of video sharing, its sharing options are designed for out-bound one-on-one communication and viewer access. Jumpshare, on the other hand, allows users control over who can access their shared videos and for how long. With Jumpshare’s advanced link expiration and scheduled sharing option, users can remove their shared videos and restrict downloads and views. Jumpshare also lets you password protect your videos, making them more secure.
Similarly to Jumpshare, Bonjoro offers users the option of adding a CTA (call-to-action) button which can be used to direct viewers to a specific webpage. The difference is that Jumpshare uses a customizable in-video CTA button, highlighting it. With Bonjoro, the CTA button is placed at the end of the personalized or custom message that accompanies the shared video.
Additionally, Jumpshare offers users an embed link for their videos which can be used anywhere - on blogs, on their website, on online documents. Basically, what Bonjoro does for videos in emails, Jumpshare can do everywhere else. Jumpshare is also faster at sharing because of its interface and cloud sharing. The second you hit “Finish” on your recording, it is uploaded instantly to your Jumpshare library and a link is copied automatically to your clipboard, ready to be shared via email or otherwise, along with a customized or default message.
Bonjoro’s web dashboard caters to the specific needs of marketing based communication, featuring CRM integrations and an inbox-like layout. Although the graphics are clear, the visual noise can be a bit confusing to first-time users who are still unsure of the sharing process. Unlike Jumpshare, which was designed so that there are less steps between the creation and sharing of media files, Bonjoro has a layered approach to tasks. By that, we mean there are five steps - five pages - to go through if you are to add a single contact.
Jumpshare’s clean and legible interface makes it a joy to use, along with the ease of having a desktop app. It also has two dashboards - personal and team - that users can switch between seamlessly with the click of a button. If you have a video saved on your system, you can simply drag and drop it onto the Jumpshare window and it will get uploaded within seconds, regardless of size. After that, the share box contains all the advanced sharing features, all in one place. Quick and effective.
You can share consecutive files back to back without the fear of losing any, as Jumpshare will automatically create a folder to ensure that there is clarity. This organizational feature isn’t available in Bonjoro.
Jumpshare is all about effective collaboration, the cornerstone of which is ultimately transparent and clear digital organization. With advanced analytics, team managers can know exactly when shared files have been accessed, and from where and by whom. Jumpshare also allows guest comments on public video files, without the need to sign in, making providing feedback more accessible. You can mention collaborators in comments via their email, so that they are notified. Viewers can also leave time-stamped comments on videos in order to provide exact feedback and erase confusion.
With in-team notifications, Jumpshare ensures that all collaborators are on the same page at all times. With an expansive and clear admin console, administrators can ensure organizational clarity. Jumpshare caters to remote teams and online collaboration in order to remove the stigma behind online communication. We’ve actually done the math on this. By using Jumpshare, you save 50 minutes of work everyday. That adds up to around 16.6 hours saved per month - which is pretty great where team productivity is concerned.
The best thing about Jumpshare is how adaptive and self-sufficient it is as a sharing platform, providing users with so much more than a video recorder. Bombbomb offers a straight-forward sales platform through video email, while Jumpshare is an entire communication platform that lets users take screenshots in the highest quality with a large collection of annotation options and editing tools, along with many other features. As a video recorder, Jumpshare is clearer, allows annotation during the recording and comes with a click-tracking feature.
Jumpshare users can take timed screenshots, record succinct audio and voice notes, and compose notes - all on a single platform. You can also upload files of any kind, and view more than 200 file formats online.
Unlike Bonjoro, which specializes in the particular task of recording and sending videos to generate leads and viewer traffic, Jumpshare is more of a jack of all trades. Jumpshare allows users full control over their sharing, and offers them so much more than video recording. With Jumpshare, you can also capture pixel-perfect screenshots and annotate them via a large variety of drawing and editing tools. Jumpshare also provides users with the ability to capture timed screenshots with a pristine output, and to record high-quality audio and voice notes.
With Jumpshare you can share almost any type of file, since its powerful fileviewer is capable of opening and viewing over 200+ file formats. This means that you won’t ever have any compatibility issues while sharing. You can record GIFs, and compose notes and markdown snippets.
Bonjoro offers four main plans - Free, Basic, Pro and Grrrowth. The three paid plans when billed annually, cost $12.50/user/month, $33/user/month and $66/first user/month, respectively. Jumpshare offers three plans: Basic, Plus and Business. The Basic plan is completely free, and offers video recording with a 30-sec limit. The paid plans offer unlimited recording. The Plus plan, which costs $8.25/month when billed annually, is designed for professionals, and the Business plan, priced at $12.5/user/month when billed annually, is perfect for teams. Bonjoro’s Basic plan and Jumpshare’s Business plan cost the same and both offer custom branding. The thing to note here is that the Business plan is Jumpshare’s most expensive plan, and offers a lot more sharing features and tools along with unlimited recording, at the same cost as Bonjoro’s least expensive plan. This makes Jumpshare far more affordable with many more features in its belt.
Where Bonjoro offers one-on-one outbound video sharing, Jumpshare offers a lot more, while providing better sharing opportunities. With an aesthetic interface and a large array of tools at a reasonable price, Jumpshare is worth its cost, and gives users many efficient features on a single communication platform, making it perfect for both your clients and for your team as a whole.