Product Update - June 2024

June's SlideHub update includes an improved presentation search feature with a better filtering algorithm to display the most relevant content.

The slide previewer and insert experience have been optimized for more efficient workflow, allowing users to quickly review and insert slides. We also refined slide and presentation updating, enabling real-time syncing and insights directly from PowerPoint, along with enhanced suggestions to prevent duplicate content and maintain an up-to-date company library.

Take a look at the full video below:

Read the following bullet points for a summary:

  • Suggestion improvements - for simplified workflow management, to prevent duplicate content, and to ensure an up-to-date company library

It was great to share our news and plans with you at our last Quarterly Product Webinar on Tuesday, June 25th 2024. Watch the full replay here for more in-depth details about new features and planned updates.

We hope to see you at our next Quarterly Product Webinar! Add the following date to your calendar: Tuesday, October 1st 2024 at 2PM CET & 10PM CET. Click on this link to sign up for it.

You're invited

Find out for yourself how the latest product updates can benefit you

Emőke Bada

Principal Designer Success Manager

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