How to log into the Sendsteps Web App?
Log in on Web App
To start with your Sendsteps you need to log in first. You can log in with your username and password at https://www.sendsteps.com
How do I find my presentations?
If you logged in through www.sendsteps.com you can go to your library by clicking on the purple button in the top right that says my library.
Log in into web.sendsteps?
Go to web.sendsteps.com and log in with your username and password. If you click on log in you will directly go to the library which has all your Sendsteps saved.
Haven't got an account yet? Please click the link down below!
How to log into the Sendsteps PowerPoint Add-in?
You can log into the Sendsteps PowerPoint add-in very easily. Open PowerPoint, click on Sendsteps that is found in your PowerPoint Ribbon. Once you click, a log-in screen will pop up that enables you to log in using your Sedndsteps account. To use ...
Creating your Sendsteps account
Creating your Sendsteps account is a quick and easy process. Follow these steps to get started: Step 1: Go to the Sendsteps sign up page. Step 2: Enter your full name, your email address, your phone number and choose a password. After that click on ...
How to add images, GIFS and videos to your Sendstep Web App?
To add images, GIFS and videos to your presentation in the Sendsteps Web App, you can follow the steps outlined below. This feature can help enhance the visual appeal of your presentation and engage your audience more effectively! Step 1: Select ...
Can I present using Sendsteps and only my mobile phone?
There is no specific mobile app of Sendsteps. You can however use our web app from your mobile web browser to create and run your Sendsteps. That way you are able to use Sendsteps solely on your mobile phone.
What languages does Sendsteps support and how do I change it?
From the moment you’ve created a Sendsteps account the information will be in English by default. If you would like to change your language, please follow the following steps: Note*: Sendsteps.ai currently supports less languages, for more ...