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WordPress, Zendesk, Desk.com and Copy HTML integrations
Completely customize the HTML wrapper for your site to match your branding
Single Sign-On (Remote Authentication)
20 authors included
Add additional authors for $30/month
20 sites included
Add additional sites for $50/month
30 active recordings per month
Video & audio uploads
Prezi is the wicked awesome distant cousin to PowerPoint. It’s a slick and fun way to make presentations, that are both interesting and informative. It’s completely customizable, so the usage of logos and color schemes is easy to incorporate. Prezi is online software, so you can work on and access it from anywhere, preventing the possibility of leaving a presentation on a local machine or thumb drive (although the Prezi file itself is downloadable if-needed).
Monday 18 November 2013
What do you like best?salesforce integration is simple and natural What do you dislike?so far nothing the product is clean and user friendlyMore about Screensteps
Tuesday 08 May 2012
Present.me is a handy service for recording video and/or audio to accompany your slides.More about Present.me
Wednesday 26 December 2012
What do you like best?Remember that excited feeling you DON'T get every time someone at your office pulls up a PowerPoint presentation? Prezi has been designed to put the *presentation* back into giving presentations. It takes no time to set up (Facebook sign-in is such a godsend, right?), and somehow even LESS time to get a presentation going. Plus, the templates are designed not just to start off beautiful, but to remain beautiful--even after you start adding your own content. Plus, the transitions looks sleek and sophisticated. I really can't say enough great stuff about this product. What do you dislike?Nothing at all.More about Prezi
Monday 30 November -1
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Thursday 05 September 2013
Even if the free version of Present.me has limited features, I would still use it because it provides a hassle-free way of creating slide presentations with narratives and pre-recorded webcam videos. It’s definitely great for people who wish to share their knowledge about certain subjects – ex. online English teachers, professional lecturers, etc. I don’t see Present.me replacing PowerPoint any time soon, but it is something worth checking out.More about Present.me
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