Forget PowerPoint at your next meeting!
You're going to organize a conference or a company seminar ? You will probably be tempted to resort to the inevitable PowerPoint. This tool from the Microsoft Office has, for more than 20 years, been omnipresent in the animation of the meetings.
However, PowerPoint is less and less in demand for two main reasons: the monotonous aspect of the slides that scroll by and the emergence of new, more dynamic tools.
Presentations: the 5 best alternatives to PowerPoint
PowerPoint in recent years has seen the emergence of young competitors capable of holding their cards high, starting with Prezi.
Contrary to PowerPoint, which is often criticized for its lack ofergonomicsthat presentation tool offers greater freedom. The presenter can easily move from one point to another without losing sight of the central theme being discussed, while playing with the zoom to give more strength to his message.
Easy to use, Prezi is free but there are paid versions that include more features.
Bunkr is posing as another serious candidate to dethrone PowerPoint.
Designed by a Normandy-based start-up, this tool is ideal for the collaborative working because it allows for the realization of online presentations.
After selecting the elements of your presentation on the Web, you can share them with your collaborators in real time and from any support (PC, tablet, smartphone).
That fans of Google are reassured, the Mountain View firm also has its own presentation tool: Slides.
Good grip, speed, efficiency, collaborative mode to encourage thesportsmanship if you are looking for a free dynamic tool, Google Slides will seduce you, all the more so since he is PowerPoint compatible.
If your first criterion is simplicity, turn to SlideBean. Certainly less dynamic than its competitors, its quality / difficulty ratio is excellent.
Select your texts, photos and videos, and the tool takes care of setting up your presentation.
SlideBean is paid for (5 euros per month), but it saves you precious time.