Allow multiuser collaboration
Many times a presentation is a work of more than one person. Would be great to allow all of them to contribute to its edition.
We now support shared editing of presentations and per-slide commenting through what we’re calling Collaborate on Slides!
Learn all about it in the blog post: http://blog.slides.com/post/144953373943/introducing-collaborate-on-slides
Ozan Öke commented
I'm working in a creative agency and we need to edit our presntation in same time. Let me explain to you: Our strategy team creates the flow, our copywriters writes the texts and our art directors creates the images. So we need to edit the presatation in same time. Is there any development for this?
can two People edit at a time
Along with this there are also different apps present today that allow people to access remotely present data at the touch of their screen. One of such apps is http://dynamics.folio3.com/
Slides.com is unusable for enterprise use without this feature.
Its the number 1 item being requested, has been in progress for coming up for 1 year with no sight or forecast of completion, I and many others are having to step away, shame as the rest of the platform is very good.
You commented that this is a top in the feature priority list back in May 2015. Is there any movement on this? This is a huge gap that's keeping other coworkers from paying for premium accounts.
Is there any movement on this?
Nice to hear that you're working on it.
I think it's an expected feature nowadays. Collaborative editing.
If we could simply make it easier to "Send a copy of this deck to...: user2" where they could add, amend, mangle, then do the same back it would be most valuable to me. In that way, the only functionality that isn't already in place that might be required is keeping decks private; many of the people I collaborate with won't create a paid account just to edit with me, and I don't think the current controls allow that for basic accounts.
Thank you for a wonderful tool!
Eric W commented
Yeah, ran into this today. Absolutely no way to get a deck out of Slides.com so somebody else could edit it. Even a powerpoint export would be nice. As is I literally had to give somebody my Google Apps login so they could fork and edit the deck. It wouldn't even let me set a password so they could log in that way, the only way to let someone edit was to share my Google Apps login. Big gap, but there are a lot of ways to solve for this.
AdminOwen (Owner, Slides) commented
Antoine: This is the top feature on our priority list now and development work is just starting. It's bound to take some time to complete though – mostly because it requires major revision to our core architecture.
Antoine Delamarre commented
We are waiting this feature complete to sign up a pro account and paste every slides we have to slides.com
It would also be useful to have the change tracking, but not required to begin with of course :)
Thomas N. Burg commented
no votes left but I strongly second this, an easy export/import might be sufficient to begin with