What you need to know
- PowerPoint Presenter Coach is now available on all major platforms.
- The tool initially launched on the web but is now on Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android.
- Microsoft also expanded the areas that the tool can help you improve on.
Microsoft's PowerPoint Presenter Coach is now available on all major platforms. The tool initially launched in 2019 on the web but is now on Windows, iOS, Android, and Mac. In addition to rolling out the tool to all major platforms, Microsoft expanded the areas that it can help you in terms of feedback. These three new critique areas are limited to the web version of PowerPoint Presenter Coach at the moment.
Microsoft's PowerPoint Presenter Coach is a tool that helps you improve your presentations. It uses AI to help people improve their presentations with feedback and coaching. The tool gives you real-time feedback and also provides reports for reviewing your presenting skills.
The tool can tell you if you're speaking in a monotone pitch, use filler words, or use poor grammar. It can also keep a virtual eye out for unoriginal content and sensitive phrases that people should avoid.
The three new areas that the tool can critique you in our body language, repetitive language, and pronunciation. Microsoft outlines these areas in more detail in a recent post. They're all available in preview now on the web and should help presenters deliver more professional presentations.
Productivity across work and life
The new Microsoft 365 subscription for individuals and families brings with it new AI-powered features and benefits inside Microsoft Office, including Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel, as and also enhances Microsoft Edge, Teams, and Family Safety across Windows 10, Xbox, Android, and iOS.
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