In October 2014, Microsoft introduced a new way for consumers to share their ideas utilizing a number of multimedia outlets. Sway allows for the compiling of videos, pictures, Tweets, and more in polished reports and presentations – all in an interactive way.
Check out this Sway we put together on the new offerings of Office 365!
Proposals and sales pitches
Fluid. Better movement from slide to slide that gives a more unified flow in the presentation.
Embed. Add Tweets, Videos, other Sways and more directly into the presentation simply and without having to interrupt the movement.
Upload. Word, PowerPoint, and PDFs can be uploaded and formatted automatically into Sway saving time and energy re-entering all of the content.
Explore. Deeper options to navigate with horizontal and vertical movements. Possible integration of vertical movement within a horizontal format.
Publish. Created and shared easily on the web with co-authoring capabilities.
Sway will support Office 365 work and school credentials, meaning all qualified Office 365 for business or education subscribers can start utilizing Sway too. Both Sway on the web and the next Sway for iPhone update will support logging in with Office 365 work or school accounts.
Look for an article on Sway- Tips and Tricks coming soon.
At Interlink, Sarah serves as the Operations Manager as well as a Senior Account Manager working with a broad spectrum of clients across Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, focusing in Cincinnati and Kentucky. She has a decade of experience in Office 365 Migrations, managed services, vendor relationships and product hardware quoting and purchasing. She is responsible for overseeing Microsoft partner relationships and strives to build meaningful, positive relationships with our clients.
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