Feedback is an essential element of education in raising student learning and performance. Along with the ubiquitous use of technologies in education, video feedback has emerged recently as a new mode of feedback delivery. While there are a number of previous studies on perceptions about video feedback, its effectiveness on feedback use remains underexplored. To address this gap, this study uses an experimental approach to investigate the effect of video feedback on students' feedback use in the online learning environment. A total of 43 undergraduate students participated in the study. After they upload their assignments to the LMS, the experimental group received video feedback and the control group received text feedback by the instructor. After that, students were asked to revise their assignments by considering the feedback. Findings revealed a significant difference in favour of the experimental group and students receiving video feedback become more successful in using feedback.