Powerpoint presentations have been a very effective tool for speakers during meetings and conferences. One reason is that its visual effects can catch the attention of the audience. It also serves as a guide to the speaker during the presentation. As a result, meetings and conferences usually end up engaging and successful.
However, it takes a lot of time and effort to build an appealing presentation. We often spend an hour or two merely in the selection of templates. It takes almost a day to complete a certain presentation, especially if you are not quite adept at making a slide. With Chronicle, creating presentations can be the easiest part of the whole process.
Telling stories better
Chronicle allows you to conveniently create slides with less effort and start telling stories like a pro. It simplifies the creation of presentations for you and makes them interactive.
If you’re having limitless fonts, color, and positioning choices that lead you to several hours of editing and formatting, Chronicle cuts that short with its pre-designed beautiful “blocks”. These pre-designed “blocks” lessen the burden significantly in crafting and reworking a slide design.
Chronicle also helps in engaging with the audience while you present. It’s hard to maintain the attention of the audience during a presentation, especially when it is monotonous. The app helps jazz things up with options to have interactive conversations, polls, and live reactions. Aside from keeping the attention of the audience and making things more exciting, the options will help your audience feel like they’re contributing to the conversation as well.
Of course, there are times that you need to provide a live demo or an example of what you’re presenting. However, switching apps can be tricky and awkward to do, especially when all eyes are on you. With Chronicle, you can provide a window to your work by live-linking your tools to the app. That way, you don’t need to worry about accidentally opening up a different app that’s not part of your presentation.
Creating presentations can be a burden, but they don’t have to be with Chronicle. Right now, the app is available for early access. If you’re interested, all you need to do is to provide your email address to experience an easier way to tell your story to your audience.
Photo credit: The feature image has been taken by Matthew Osborn.