#384 Five Ways to Create Presentations Online

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know there are tons of great free options for creating documents, spreadsheets and presentations online that don’t require you to install any software at all. This week I’d like to share four good, free options for creating presentations online. In addition to creating them online, these options are also a great way to easily share your presentations as well.

Google Presentation

Part of the Google Docs suite, this option has come quite a long way since it was first introduced. If you haven’t checked it out recently it is worth a minute to jump over and see what it can do.  If you’re interested in learning more you might be interested in “9 Simple Steps to Creating A Good Presentation with Google Drive”

docs.google.com

Microsoft Office Online

If you’re a Microsoft kind of person, their online version of PowerPoint is a good option. They recently added an iOS app as well.

office.live.com

Zoho Show

Similar to Google and Microsoft, Zoho has an online presentation option that is part of a larger suite of applications.

Zoho

Zoho.com/docs

Haiku Deck

The newest of these options, Haiku Deck was originally only available as an iPad app. Recently they’ve added a web option that gives you the best of both worlds. Haiku Deck is a new approach to making more visually designed presentations like these you can see in their gallery.

Haiku Deck

HakiuDeck.com

 

Have you used any of these? Why or why not? I’d love to hear what questions you have!

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