Perhaps you’ve come out of one of the top tier consulting firms like McKinsey or BCG where stamps or stickers are the way to denote status of a slide. Our sticky notes feature (until now) has been the way we denoted slide status. But in response to customer requests, we’re happy to announce our latest update to PPT Productivity includes a new stamps feature (sidebar – there’s been a lot of debate about naming but we decided to go with ‘Stamps’!).
Denote specific slides as Work in Progress with a WIP stamp. Or quickly mark every slide in your presentation as Confidential before finalizing by selecting all slides (Ctrl+A) and clicking the Confidential Stamp.
Stamps are easily customizable to suit your company standards or personal preferences. Configure the words, language, colors, and even position on the slide of each stamp. You can easily share your stamp configurations with colleagues via email, or your company’s IT team can provide a stamp configuration via a central deployment for team or company roll-out.
Clicking each stamp buttons toggles the stamp on and off. You can remove all stamps in a presentation once final review is complete with the remove stamps button or shortcut.
This new functionality is now available in all PPT Productivity tools - Basic, Plus and Power Tools. If you’re an existing user and cannot see them on your PPT Productivity ribbon, select ‘check for updates’ under the Help menu on the top ribbon (some organizations have disabled automated updates for company laptops).
Check it out and let us know what you think!
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