Slides is a browser-based presentation software that enables users to create, collaborate, and share their decks. Its features include optional vertical slides, analytics, hover interactions, media library, slide templates, and more. In this article, we cover Slides reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Sign up for free.
Summary of Positive Slides Reviews
Users who gave Slides a positive review said that it’s a highly accessible tool because of being browser-based. They also added that the software makes it easy for users to collaborate when creating slides. Some of them shared that it has a user-friendly interface.
One user who gave Slides a positive review on Capterra said that the changes she makes on her slides are automatically saved. She also mentioned that she can use any computer with an Internet connection to access her presentations.
Summary of Negative Slides Reviews
As of February 2019, there are very few negative Slides reviews available online. However, one user said that he had difficulty in customizing his slides.
Slides pricing has a free plan and three paid subscription options: Lite at $7 per month), Pro at $14 per month, and Team at $28 per month. The main differences between the plans include the storage space allocation, the number of allowed collaborators, and access to advanced features such as private sharing, theme editor, shared media libraries, and more.
An on-premise version of Slides is also available for enterprise customers. Interested users may contact their sales team to request a quotation.
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Check out the list below of some of Slides’ features:
- Optional vertical slides
- Private and public sharing
- Media library and slide templates
- Iframe (online content embedding)
- Hover interactions
- Annotated slides
Can Slides users export and download their presentations?
Slides users can export their presentations either as downloadable files or through Dropbox. Lite and Pro plan holders can export their presentations as ZIP or PDF files while Pro plan holders can save files on Dropbox.
Can multiple Slides users collaborate on a single presentation?
Multiple users can collaborate on presentations as admins, editors, or viewers. Admins can add or remove collaborators. Editors can edit the presentation’s content and settings. Viewers can only view it and leave comments.
Here is a list of some of Slides’ popular integrations: