A few months ago my supervisor saw something I had created with Clarify and liked it so much that she bought licenses for every ITRT in our group along with a few others in the district. She then asked me to train the group on how to use it.
It's been said that the best way to learn something is to teach it. Even though I've used it to create numerous guides I had only used a fraction of the features available. For example, I've generally only used arrows and the sequence dots to annotate images. But there are numerous other tools available such as highlights, text, and shapes. There's also the ability to use HTML to embed video along with setting up an account on the Clarify website to upload your guide to and share it.
When I was in college I took an English Composition course where one of the assignments was to write a process essay. I ended up writing it on how to write a process essay. As I worked on putting together a training for Clarify I figured what better way to do it than to create a walkthrough using it. The result of which is below. It can also be accessed on my Clarify account here.