re: Introducing DeckDeckGo: the web open source editor for presentations VIEW POST

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That remote app looks really, really useful -- a request though: I'd really like to use the annotations feature, but I think it would be a lot easier to use if the slide content was shown on the app too -- otherwise one has to kind of guess where the annotation will end up.

All-in-all, this looks like a serious competitor to Google Slides, and, tbh, I find the editing experience in Google Slides to be rather 💩, so I'm looking forward to taking this for a good spin the next time I have to do a presentation!

 

Thx Davyd for the cool feedback 👍

Agree with you. I've got the idea since a while now to be able to synchronize the content in the remote too (github.com/deckgo/deckdeckgo/issue...). I never went too far forward with that idea, mostly because we developed many other features, the editor and also because I didn't had the inspiration on how to present the content in a correct way (in terms of format, projector is probably landscape, remote is portrait). But this could be solved soon in the future as we are currently discussing a rework of the UX and design of the remote to make it more user and presenter friendly (github.com/deckgo/deckdeckgo/issue...).

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