The process of coming up with video ideas starts off chaotically, but ends up quite organized.
It generally starts off with Youtube, and one of you commenting on a video of mine, asking a question, and then me realising that the question could be best answered with a video.
I take a screen clipping of the comment and, as I generally have my OneNote open in the background, I go to my YouTube section and I paste that in the page “Video ideas to file”.
Once I get some time for filing, I add a tag to this and then I cut the idea and I paste it into “Filed ideas”.
The moment I do that, I add that idea to my Excel file.
I have a tab called ideas, and I make one row per idea, and I add the tag to it.
When I come to create this video, I can look up the tag on my OneNote and see the screen clipping, to get more information about what the person wants to see inside the video.
Sometimes I mention the person’s name, sometimes I don’t.
It might be because the question was raised by many people and I just take a sample, but basically that’s the process of coming up with ideas.
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