Add smartphone control via websockets
This way someone can swipe or click to move through the presentation that is showing on another computer. I actually did this a while back using a python web-sockets demo, it only took a couple of hours to hack up.
Notes and a zoomed out overview of the presentation would be helpful.
Happy to let you know that smartphone remote controlling is now available to all of our users. More info here: http://help.slid.es/knowledgebase/articles/333925-remote-control
AdminOwen (Owner, Slides) commented
This is very close to completion, can't wait to show you what it can do!
Carrie Mah commented
This would be a great feature where most other presentation tools do not have.
Benjamin Kaiser commented
This is a great idea, it can just be done through a controller interface that the phone visits to control a certain desktop's slides. If this cannot be done by slides, it can be hacked onto with a chrome extension and a running server (I have done this to remote control Google Play Music http://www.blog.kaiserapps.com/2013/10/control-google-play-music-on-your.html )