|You work in PowerPoint or Keynote at least once a week.||Your presentations are critical to your work.||You have multiple versions of the same presentations.||You use the same or similar slides in a variety of presentations.||You have critical information buried in presentations that you need to find rapidly.|
Sound familiar? Then Reveal can save you 30+ minutes every week.
Reveal automatically figures out how your slides are related and displays them to you in "stacks" when you do a search. You don't have to do anything--no manual library building or organizing. Reveal adjusts to how you work.
With a single click in Reveal, you can rapidly compare versions of slides that you're working on without having to search high and low. Just click the menu to view open presentations and see all your past edits of those slides, even if some of those versions came from product decks and you're working on a sales deck!
The "advanced search" panel lets you dig into tuning searches if you want to get specific. Search inside a folder, by file name, or narrow your query to a particular year or month.
Browse through slides rapidly, finding the exact one you want. Easily see the smallest differences between two slides.
Have you ever gone to a meeting only to find out the latest version of your slide deck is corrupted? Bad file copies, cloud sync, or even just bugs can corrupt slide decks. Reveal keeps track of your PowerPoint and Keynote files, giving you a bit of extra protection.
No data leaks and no new "logins." Reveal keeps your documents right where you have them, safe and secure on your computer. Your files, especially your slides, often contain extremely confidential information.
|Marketers and graphic designers use Reveal to find and compare slides for analysts, customers, and sales teams.||Sales professionals often customize slides for customers, leading to significant slide sprawl--and finding those slides is easy with Reveal.||Professors and researchers use Reveal to prepare class lectures and presentations for meetings and conferences.|