Posted on Monday, August 12th, 2013 by Maddie Slutsky
Slides is a great tool for any presentation. Create slideshows, edit within your browser, and share. A great and free alternative for Microsoft Powerpoint.
These days whether it be for an in-class assignment or for a corporate meeting, presentations (with slideshows) happen every day. That being said there are not many ways to have a slideshow. Microsoft Powerpoint, Prezi, and now Slides. What sets Slides apart from any other slideshow presentation is the easy to access browser on any device you might have. Need to edit something 5 minutes before? No problem just get out your smartphone and make the change. The slideshows each have their own html so its fast and reliable to change. Everything automatically saves on their browser and you have the option to pick from professional looking formats and colors to how you want your presentation to change from slide to slide. It’s easy. It’s professional. But best of all, it’s free.
Slides realizes that people are always on the go. They work with you to make sure that Slides is also always on the go. You can share your presentation privately or publicly. If you share it public then all you have to do is give other people the html you gave your slideshow and people can easily access it, even if they don’t have an account. This is great for professors to use for class notes, or for a group project. People can also share privately so only they can see it. Besides just the browser people can download their presentations onto a flash drive. You don’t have to worry about the file being deleted or saving all the time because Slides browser automatically does that for you and keeps it safe. So if you want a new and innovative presentation to impress your classmates or coworkers, try Slides. You won’t be disappointed.