Embedding Videos 

Last updated by Sandeep Dinesh a month ago
 
Kbee has built-in support for YouTube, Loom, and videos you self-host! 
 
 
 
You can add in any video by pasting in the link into your article. 
 
Note: If you do not want the video to automatically embed, check out our guide on disabling link formatting  

Youtube 

Get Link 

 
Copy the link to the video from YouTube 
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Insert Link into Article 

Once you have the link, paste it into your Google Doc. 
 
For example: 
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For best results, make sure the video is on its own line of text. Also make sure the link turns blue, which indicates that it is linked in Google Docs. 
 

Loom 

 

Get Link 

 
Copy the link to the video from Loom 
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Insert Link into Article 

Once you have the link, paste it into your Google Doc. 
 
For example: 
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For best results, make sure the video is on its own line of text. Also make sure the link turns blue, which indicates that it is linked in Google Docs. 
 

Vimeo 

 

Get Link 

 
Copy the link to the video from Vimeo 
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Insert Link into Article 

Once you have the link, paste it into your Google Doc. 
 
For example: 
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For best results, make sure the video is on its own line of text. Also make sure the link turns blue, which indicates that it is linked in Google Docs. 

Google Drive 

To embed a video you have on Google Drive, follow the instructions in this help center article . 
 
 

Self-hosted 

Supported Formats 

Kbee supports  .mp4  and  .webm  videos. 
 
 

Insert Link into Article 

Once you have a public link of the video you want to insert, paste it into your Google Doc 
 
For Example: 
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For best results, make sure the video is on its own line of text. Also make sure the link turns blue, which indicates that it is linked in Google Docs.  
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