Visme allows you to easily import your PowerPoint presentations. There are a number of reasons why you would want to import a PowerPoint to Visme.
Reasons why bringing your PowerPoint to Visme is incredibly useful:
– You can easily share your presentation with your audience.
– You can share it on social media, email, or publish it via a URL.
– You can make your Presentation private with password protected. You can keep it public.
– You will no longer have to attach large files to your emails. You can just send them the url to the project.
– You can track the effectiveness of your presentation by using Visme track analytics including when, where and how long your project is being viewed.
– You can even convert your Presentations to generate leads using the Visme lead generator feature.
Here is how to import a PowerPoint:
First go to your Dashboard by logging into your Visme account or if you are currently editing a project, click the Main menu drop-down to go back to Dashboard.
Once logged into your Dashboard, click on the “Create New” button. Then, click on the “Import” button from the Drop Down Menu.A pop-up will open allowing you to select and insert your PowerPoint presentation from your computer.
Click Browse file and select the .pptx file. It is important that the file is in .pptx and not .ppt which is an old version of powerPoint that is very outdated. If the file type is different, you can go into PowerPoint and Save As a .pptx file.
After choosing a file, watch for the loading screen to say the upload was a Success.
Your project will start its import process into Visme. Note: Depending on your PowerPoint presentation size, the process can take seconds to as long as a few minutes.
Once the import process has been completed, you will have your PowerPoint online and can then open it in Visme editor and begin editing and publishing it. You can also go to the Publish settings to set the privacy
and access permissions.
Watch the following Video Tutorial to find out more on how to Import PowerPoint Projects in Visme