How to use a Content slides in the Web App? | Sendsteps

How to use the different slide types in the Web App?

This article provides details on various types of "Slide types" and instructions on how to effectively utilize them.

‘Title and text’ slide

A Title and text slide allows you to incorporate a title with a paragraph of text underneath. Ideal for explaining or adding bullet points

*if you want to add an image you can do this too, in this case you have to select a different layout at the bottom right.

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'Title’ slide

The title slide is the often the first slide of the presentation. Of all the slides in a presentation, the first slide is one of the most important because the title and image usually sets the tone.

*if you want to add an image you can do this too, in this case you have to select a different layout at the bottom right.

Example:

‘Image’ slide

Support your message by adding an image to your presentation. If you don’t want any text on your slide the Image slide is perfect for you as the image will fill up the whole screen.
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You can either upload your own pictures from your directory or choose from ‘Image and gif gallery’.

Example: you want to add an image of a cat

‘Video’ slide

Videos are easy to understand and easily grabs the attention of your audience, if you would like to add a video to your presentation, please follow the steps below for instructions:

Step 1: Select the Video slide and click on 'Click here to add video', a pop-up will appear.

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Step 2: Paste a YouTube URL inside the textbox and press save, you have now successfully added a video to your presentation!

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‘Quote’ slide

Quotations are a great way to spice up a bland presentation. Citations add credibility to your thoughts and ideas.

*if you want to add an image you can do this too, in this case you have to select a different layout at the bottom right.

Example:

Example: Quote Albert Einstein with image

‘Countdown’ slide

A countdown puts the audience on edge and captures their attention immediately. When making a countdown slide you can customize the amount of seconds (3-30 seconds) it counts downs from.

Example:

‘Title and subtitle’ slide

The ‘Title and subtitle slide’ is similar to the ‘Title slide’ the only difference is that you are able to add a subtitle. A subtitle could be used to further clarify or provide context to a title.

*if you want to add an image you can do this too, in this case you have to select a different layout at the bottom right.

Example:


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