Until now, SlideShare has been a repository of slides you create in other programs such as Microsoft PowerPoint or Apple Keynote – and then upload to their site. And then now something completely different has been announced – the option to create slides within SlideShare itself! In this tutorial, we will explore how you can create a basic presentation within SlideShare.
We are assuming that you already have a SlideShare account – if you do not, it’s easy to create a new SlideShare account. Once you are signed in, follow these steps to create your own slides:
Figure 1: Get started creating slides in SlideShare
Figure 2: Sign in into SlideShare
Figure 3: Accept to allow Haiku Deck within SlideShare
Haiku Deck is essentially an online slide creation service that has now been conveniently plugged right within the SlideShare site – once you accept the terms within the window shown in Figure 3, above – you will seamlessly work right within SlideShare.
Figure 4: Haiku Deck within SlideShare
The presentation mode that you see in Figure 4, above has several interface options that will be explained within our upcoming Haiku Deck within SlideShare tutorial.
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