In this article you will learn what a slide is and what you can do with it.
Slides are the central element in presono. Basically slides are based on templates that are created in advance. From these templates we choose and afterwards the slide can be filled with content.
The areas on your slide can either be filled individually with text and tables or you can choose an already uploaded content from presono. This includes media as well as documents, 3D objects and picture galleries.
All these elements are centrally managed. This means that an image or a video is stored once in the database and when you exchange it, it will be updated in all slides and presentations. If, for example, there is a logo change, the logo can be replaced in the image database and the old logo can no longer be found in any slides. So not all slides have to be edited and saved again. You can find more information here: Replace media
Which elements may be used how and where in slides is defined in the templates, more precisely in the layout templates. If a template is created, it must be specified for each area that is added, which contents may be inserted here later. This ensures that all slides have a uniform appearance.
The templates are also managed centrally, which means that once they have been created they can be reused in different slides at any time. If changes are made to the template over time, the changes will be applied to all slides that use this template.
You can learn how to create and manage templates here: What is a template set?
Creating a slide is easy if there are suitable templates and content. Once a slide has been created, it can be used in any number of presentations. Here, too, the central administration takes effect, because if a slide is changed, this change is visible in all presentations. In order to create a presentation, the previously created slides can simply be put together and put in the correct order. Then you can already present your slides. You can find more information here: Create presentation
You want to get started? You can find out more about how to create a slide here: Create a slide
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