The whole point of making a presentation is showing it to someone else, and SlideRocket gives you lots of different ways to share:
- In person with an Internet connection
- In person without an Internet connection
- Via a printed handout of the slides
- Via an online meeting (think WebEx, but better)
- By sending someone a link
The last one is not just a way to share a presentation, it’s also the ultimate leave-behind.
First, let’s see how it’s done. When you’re ready to send someone a link, simply select a presentation from the Library and press the “Share” button:
This will open the “Sharing Properties” dialog, which allows you to send links and host online meetings. Here you decide whether your presentation will be shared online or not. If it’s shared, you can decide if you want to make it available to everyone or only people you invite. You can also password-protect your presentation.
Sending a SlideRocket link gives you four important capabilities that other leave-behinds lack:
- The leave-behind looks as great as the original presentation because it is the original presentation
- You can update the presentation after you’ve sent the link to someone
- You can expire your presentation after you’ve sent it so that it may no longer be viewed
- SlideRocket tells you who viewed your presentation and how long they spent on each slide.