Share PowerPoint Presentations on authorSTREAM: Conversation with Dinesh Awasthi

Created: Friday, September 30, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:30 am

Dinesh AwasthiDinesh Awasthi is Product Manager for In addition to developing the strategic product roadmap and implementation of various features on authorSTREAM, he works with the development team and keeps an eye on user feedback to formulate new releases. Dinesh holds a Masters degree in Computer Applications.

In this conversation, Dinesh discusses the PowerPoint sharing options on

Geetesh: What are the most simple means in which anyone can share their presentations online on

Dinesh: Sharing PowerPoint presentations online on is faster and easier with in-built sharing options. Following are the simple ways to share slideshows with anyone on authorSTREAM:

  • Get a unique link (URL) for your presentations and share via email with others.
  • Automatically share on Twitter and Facebook. Once you activate Auto Post, your presentation gets automatically published on Twitter or Facebook as soon as you upload them on authorSTREAM.
  • Post other members’ public PowerPoint presentations freely on social websites such as Twitter, Facebook, Delicious and StumbleUpon.
  • Embed presentations on various websites or blogs of your choice.

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Geetesh: How can they use more advanced options such as sharing only with selected people, set pass codes, and prevent embedding of their content?

Dinesh: authorSTREAM provides full privacy giving users complete control over who, what and how to share their presentations. Users can share their presentations privately with only people they select with the option to grant and revoke access anytime, set a secret passcode to view, and restrict private embedding to certain websites or blogs by opting for our premium plans.

There are two plans that we are currently offering: authorSTREAM Pro ($29.95/year) and authorSTREAM Business ($39.95/month).Pro ($29.95/year) is for any advanced user of authorSTREAM who is looking for presentation analytics, passcode protected presentations and unlimited private uploads whereas Business is meant for users who, in addition to features available in the Pro account, want more control over embeds or sharing, detailed presentation analytics, unlimited PowerPoint to video conversions, branding and customization.

See Also: authorSTREAM Premium Subscriptions: Conversation with Harman Singh.

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