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Microsoft makes presentation app Sway suitable for cooperating users
Microsoft has its presentation app Sway adapted to work simultaneously with several people on the same project. The author can also easily make a copy of an already made Sway presentation.
Sway , part of the Office family, is currently still in beta product available in the browser and as a mobile app. Through the application can be photos, videos, and text are placed in an online presentation. Initially a presentation could be made only by an author, but leaves Microsoft in a blog posting know that Sway is adapted to work simultaneously with multiple users on a presentation.
The author of a presentation is via an ‘edit link give others access to a presentation. In order to prevent users from overwriting each other’s content, Sway shows the initials of a co-author on a “card” that is being processed at that moment. The original author can edit rights revoke or presentation no longer publicly accessible. Microsoft has also built a copy option in the renewed Sway. Sway so presentations can be easily reused.Viewing:-332
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