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Now that you are a TeamSlide user, you’ll need to:
1) Setup your TeamSlide account
2) Download and Install TeamSlide
3) Activate TeamSlide in PowerPoint.
If you’re using Single sign-on (SSO), please contact us for instructions on setting up your TeamSlide account.
Setting up your TeamSlide account
After an account has been created for you by an administrator, you will receive a ‘Welcome to TeamSlide’ email detailing the steps you’ll need to take to start using TeamSlide. If you did not receive this email, please check your spam folder. Send us a message if you did not receive the email. The email will provide steps to help you:
- Set your password – The email will contain a link (unique to your account) to set your password.
- Download the TeamSlide PowerPoint add-in – Click the link in the email to open the installation package.
- Login to TeamSlide – Launch TeamSlide within PowerPoint to login.
Download, install, and launch TeamSlide
For Windows users
- Close PowerPoint completely.
- In the welcome email, you’ll find a link to download TeamSlide for Windows. If you can’t access the email, you can find the download link by logging into the TeamSlide Web Portal and navigating to the Support page.
- After the package downloads, click on the file (if it doesn’t start automatically) to begin the installation process.
- The installation steps will be straightforward.
- Open PowerPoint – Allow TeamSlide access if prompted.
- Under the Insert ribbon, you’ll find the TeamSlide icon. Click to launch TeamSlide and a TeamSlide pane will open. If prompted, sign in. If your team has a single sign-on, you won’t need to sign in.
For Mac users
- Close PowerPoint completely.
- In the welcome email, you’ll find a link to download TeamSlide for Mac. If you can’t access the email, you can find the download link on the TeamSlide Web Portal Support page.
- After the package downloads, double-click on the file to start the installation process.
- Follow the installation steps. On the 3rd step of the installation, Installation type, click the button Change Install Location. Although it is already highlighted, CLICK Install for me only and continue to follow the prompts.
5. Open PowerPoint – Allow TeamSlide access if prompted.
6. Open TeamSlide. You may see TeamSlide appear in the menu bar of PowerPoint next to ‘Acrobat’. After opening TeamSlide, a separate pane will open prompting you to log in.
Our YouTube channel has a variety of videos to help you learn “How to” as well as educational tips to help you create better presentations.
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