Wondering what the best presentation management system is for you? We help you get closer to the right choice.
Slidebank is such a flexible tool, it really puts you in control of how your PowerPoint content is viewed, used and consumed by your colleagues.
Sometimes, however, this flexibility can seem a bit of a minefield when it comes to organizing not just your PowerPoint files, but your users' abilities profiles too.
So here are four simple ways to think about your presentation content, which may make the decision-making process easier....
As well as rebranding (you can read about that here), we have recently launched a new version of the Slidebank interface.
This is cleaner, crisper and more responsive, giving your content the opportunity to shine.
We've also enhanced existing features and added new ones, including support for Word and Excel files, and the ability to make changes to existing Virtual presentations.
Slidebank's structure can be set up to echo your company's hierarchy. However, to keep things simple, we operate with 3 layers:
- Departments (e.g. Marketing)
- Roles (e.g. Marketing Manager)
- Users (e.g. Jane Smith)
Each user must belong to a Role and a Department. It's very easy to set these up.
It's easy to create folders in Slidebank for users to save into.
Just follow these simple steps:
- Log in to the Admin system
- Navigate to the 'Manage Folders' tab
- Select the department you want to create a folder for
- Right-click next to the folder menu, and 'Add Folder'
- Rename folder
With Software as a Service (SaaS) applications, as within organizations, it's natural to have a certain degree of user churn. The extent of this will largely depend on a) the size of your company b) the fluidity of the industry and frequency with which people move roles and departments, and c) the nature of your account use.
Adding new users to your Slidebank account is easy. You can either add them as you go, one by one, or we can help you with a batch upload. The latter can certainly be the best option when you're just starting off with your account, especially if you have hundreds of users.
Just follow these instructions...