Quip, the collaborative word processing app acquired by Salesforce for $750 million, has added a new slideshow creation feature, further adding to its capabilities as a productivity suite.
Quip was initially focused purely on word processing, but expanded its focus with the addition of a spreadsheet tool. Now, with the debut of Slides, the company has three of the basic components of major office productivity suites offered by Microsoft and Google.
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The idea behind Quip Slides is to allow creation of simple slideshows for team meetings rather than in-depth keynote presentations. That’s how such apps are most frequently used anyway, the company said.
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