10 Best Presentation Websites Alternatives

There are literally hundreds of presentation software tools in the market today and keeping track is getting increasingly hard. Most of them have been optimized for a specific purpose or type of user and it’s very likely that THE ideal tool for you is actually one that you’ve never heard of.

Best PowerPoint Alternatives (Death by Power Point)

But still, PowerPoint’s popularity has decreased significantly in the past few years. Their boring presentation templates, the large learning curve and complexity as well as the terrible slides many users end up making have started the Death to PowerPoint movement.

10 best presentation websites alternatives to replace Powerpoint

1- Slidebean

Slidebean is an AI-based presentation platform that takes an online-based approach to slide design software and is one of the most feature complete and intuitive presentation tools available.

The Artificial Intelligence feature, with just one click, arranges the content from each slide you make! Up until November 2019, our AI button had been pressed over 50,000 times to make beautiful slides even more effortlessly.

If you’re not particularly creative, Slidebean offers presentation templates for a whole host of slideshow applications, from sales proposals to conference presentations and pitch decks. These templates are sleek, modern and are easy to manipulate and change, allowing you to customize and alter the template as much as you need.

Slidebean also offers an innovative approach to sharing and showing off slideshows by generating a link to your slides which you can email or link to. This is useful in conferences and meetings where you may have to use someone else’s laptop, as Slidebean’s slides will automatically scale to the screen size. No more checking your presentation and frantically fixing misaligned text and misplaced graphics. The online format also allows multiple people to work on the same deck at once, which is perfect for team collaborations. Slidebean also monitors activity on slide pages, providing you with all the metrics and analytics your heart desires. You’ll be able to find out who’s looking at your slides and how long they spend on the presentation, invaluable information that will help you tweak and perfect your presentation. These metrics are particularly useful if you’re showing it to prospective clients and using the data to determine who to call and what you should be talking about.

Overall, Slidebean provides an enticing alternative to PowerPoint and offers a host of features that come with being an online presentation website. Some may find the lack of customization options limiting, but unless you’re the type of person who obsesses over every font choice and wants to customize everything on a presentation, you most likely won’t even notice.

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2- Google Slides

3- SlideDog

The main disadvantage is that you can’t create a presentation from scratch, you first have to import a slideshow that you’ve made on another platform and add all the interactive and visual elements afterward. This means that if you’re not creative, you’ll still need to find templates or creative inspiration elsewhere.

4- Prezi

Prezi uses a subscription-based model with a 30-day free trial, and this may prove costly to some smaller businesses who can’t pay for a dedicated presentation website tool.

5- Moovly

6- KnowledgeVision

7- Haiku Deck

8- ClearSlide

9- Slides

10- Flowvella

We found, however, that the oversimplified interface makes some basic options hard to find, like changing the color of a shape. Also, while running as a desktop app it still requires an Internet connection to download some elements, which can lead to a slower performance than a 100% desktop tool.

Update: We also read recently that they launched a tvOS app for the new AppleTV, making them, as far as we know, the first presentation tool to leverage the new platform.

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Originally published at https://slidebean.com.



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