TeamSlide releases new desktop search offering

TeamSlide, a slide library solution, focuses on giving users incredibly easy and instant access to the specific PowerPoint content they need. Organizations have built slide libraries using TeamSlide or connected their existing content systems (e.g. SharePoint, Box, Dropbox, Google Drive). Through a PowerPoint add-in, users then securely access the shared repository to search, preview, and insert slides into their presentation.

As we worked across different industry verticals and functions, a consistent requirement was the need to search for slides on a user’s own computer. Users loved the ability to search a shared repository but they also needed slide-level access to all the content on their computer, including email.

Acting on this feedback and striving to improve TeamSlide, we are proud to announce that last month we released a new offering, TeamSlide Pro. TeamSlide Pro locally indexes all the presentations in selected folders and Outlook accounts making individual slides searchable through PowerPoint. All presentations and slides remain local and no content is sent to TeamSlide or any cloud service. The search is blazingly fast with the ability to pull up results in a fraction of a second. Users will no longer have to dig through presentations or rummage through emails to find the specific slide they need! TeamSlide Pro is already driving productivity at a number of firms that were part of the beta release.

You can access further information and request a trial here.

In addition, we have updated the TeamSlide logo to better represent our offering. The 3 squares represent the typical 16:9 and 4:3 slide sizes and the empty space between them forms a ‘T’. The squares will also consistently be used as a primary icon in the software.

Our original TeamSlide offering, now renamed TeamSlide Business, will continue to help organizations give their employees slide-level access to content stored in a shared repository. TeamSlide Business customers can add TeamSlide Pro to give their users slide-level access to all their content – shared or local.