Above is a presentation made on Haiku Deck and shared on Slideshare — it also shows you how to upload your Haiku Deck presentations to Slideshare.
That’s now possible going forward, as the two companies partnered today to allow users to upload slideshows made on Haiku Deck directly to Slideshare, the world’s largest community for sharing presentations.
“This is a huge win for the millions of Slideshare users who are always looking for new ways to create compelling ideas/stories,” said Haiku Deck CEO Adam Tratt. “It’s also a big win for Haiku Deck users seeking another platform for publishing decks.”
Haiku Deck is a free iPad app, which automatically matches text with Creative Commons images or allows users to easily input their own photos, screenshots or charts. The Haiku Decks, created in a few minutes, can be viewed on a tablet, mobile devices or PC. They also can be exported to Microsoft’s PowerPoint or Apple’s Keynote.
SlideShare, founded in October 2006, has more than 60 million monthly visitors and 130 million pageviews per month, good for one of the most-visited 200 websites in the world. It hosts presentations, documents, PDFs, videos and webinars.
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