Try Screencastify & Google Keep for Adding Comments to Google Docs
The procedure of utilizing Screencastify and Google Keep to produce a video comment bank for Google Docs is fairly straight-forward. Third, create a note in Google Keep that includes the link to the video (I suggest providing the notes easy-to-remember names and labels).
In this video I show how to utilize Screencastify and Google Keep to develop a bank of video comments that you can place into the comments of your students Google Docs and Slides..
On Sunday evening I got an email from someone who had seen my videos about Mote and questioned if there was something similar for including video comments to Google Docs. One of my ideas was to try the e-Comments Chrome extension which
I examined last spring. Another choice is to use a combination of
Screencastify and Google Keep to build a bank of video remarks that you can insert into the comments of Google Documents or Google Slides..