Screenflow has a useful Markers feature for adding notes to the timeline.
You can use these to helpfully add a table of contents to your Youtube video, but unfortunately Screenflow doesn’t have the option to export them directly. Instead, use the free Subler program as an intermediary (download it from here).
Export from Screenflow with a chapters track
Open the file in Subler and export to text file
From there, tidy up the text file from the source
CHAPTER03=00:07:17.565 CHAPTER03NAME=Updating documents in Elasticsearch CHAPTER05=00:11:38.664 CHAPTER05NAME=Deleting documents in Elasticsearch with the sink connector CHAPTER07=00:16:14.897 CHAPTER07NAME=Schemas and Elasticsearch Document Mappings CHAPTER08=00:25:57.397
into a time / label list for Youtube:
You can do this manually, or with a bit of RegEx in something like VSCode
00:07:17 Updating documents in Elasticsearch 00:11:38 Deleting documents in Elasticsearch with the sink connector 00:16:14 Schemas and Elasticsearch Document Mappings
Now paste this list of times into your Youtube video description
When someone views your video they can then click on these times directly
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