Create and Send PowerPoint eGreetings with authorSTREAM

Created: Saturday, February 7, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 11:16 am



Many PowerPoint users create and send their cards as PowerPoint presentations, mainly as email attachments. These work great, but do have some disadvantages:

  • They make email sizes larger, and
  • They allow recipients to open and edit your files!

Now authorSTREAM has added a new feature that lets you resolve both the problems. Their new option to create and send custom eGreetings is easy to use — read more on their site…

Categories: authorstream, online_presentations, powerpoint

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  • Hi Geetesh,

    Thanks a ton for your support.

    We hope that this feature makes it easier for everyone to send their greetings online. One very usable feature that we skipped to cover on the blog is the schedule-to-send option, which enables card scheduling up to 3 months in advance.

    Cheers,
    Jagdeep Singh Pannu
    For authorSTREAM

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