How To Use Present by FiftyThree
Effortless Presentations for Modern Teams
Welcome! Thanks for joining the Beta for Present, FiftyThree's fast and simple new tool for creating and sharing informal presentations at work.
You'll find a step-by-step tutorial on how to use Present below, and you can access the build at present.fiftythree.com
If you have questions or feedback, submit it here via the form, or email email@example.com.
Present is designed for teams, with features that let you create and edit each other's work. Click here for instructions on inviting your coworkers.
How To Create Decks and Slides
Start a new deck by clicking the 'New Deck' button in the sidebar
Create new slides by clicking the purple '+' sign in the bottom right-hand corner.
Add text to your slide by entering a title, and then typing in any additional copy.
Add an image to your slide by dragging and dropping the file, or by clicking the image button to upload a file from your computer. The background color of your slide will auto-update to match your image.
To close your slide and go back to Grid View, click the 'x' in the upper-right slide corner, or anywhere outside the slide.
How To Present And Navigate Your Deck
Enter Presentation Mode at any time by clicking the purple play button in the upper-right.
Use the arrow keys on your keyboard or the buttons at the bottom of the screen to navigate between slides. Press 'Esc' or click the 'x' in the upper-right to exit Presentation Mode.
To call out details or specific areas of the image on your slide, simply click the image and pan around within it.
Present was designed with teams in mind, so you can get on the same page as your coworkers before, during, and after meetings. Existing features let you view and edit work, and we'll be continuing to add collaborative functionality. Click here to invite coworkers, and please note that whomever you invite will have full access to all content created.
Have additional questions or feedback? Don't hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!