Microsoft is testing a PowerPoint upgrade that will enable people to include a new level of customization into their presentations.
According to Microsoft, the headline function, Cameo, is located in the PowerPoints Recording Studio and will enable you to use a webcam feed to make your presentation even more personal and provide an immersive storytelling experience.
The most recent upgrade will allow you to customize your digicam feeds visual appearance right before you record, as well as use your preferred digicam designs, styles, and measurements to cameo, and choose the position on the slide for your digital camera feed that best fits your presentation.
Business Insiders who manage Beta Channel Version 2207 (Create 15425.20000) or later may now access the new feature.
What else is there to say about it?
Microsoft is also putting new capabilities in just PowerPoint, such as to enhance line spacing inside lines and to modify slide backgrounds with photographs.
Business office Insiders who are using Beta Channel Model 2207 (Create 15425.20000) or later will receive all of these new options at this time.
Do you want to be a Microsoft Insider? Do not worry, all of the above updates will be released to the general public in the future, although Microsoft has not stated when.
In the face of competing solutions such as PreziandGoogle Slides, the tech giant has yet to incorporate any new features into the traditional business office application.
PowerPoint users who did not have the ability to add their own custom fonts to presentations not long ago, and new Microsoft Groups have made digital shows a lot less of a chore.