Photo site PicHit.Me now integrates with PowerPoint for better more legal images
When making presentations, it is important to have high quality relevant images to keep the audience interested. Finding the right image can become a time consuming and endless task though, so what other options are available? Now PowerPoint has PicHit.me integration for all of your photo needs. Members of PicHit.me can browse and add high quality photos right into their presentations. The app also leverages Microsoft’s machine learning capabilities to recommend possibly relevant images.
Starting today, PicHit.me has released their rebuilt PowerPoint add-in to make finding and adding images easy and fast. Members get access to beautiful professional images which are fully legal to use in any presentation. It is easy for anyone to pull images off a web search and drop them into their presentations, but these images could have ugly watermarks or could be copyright protected.
PicHit.me also plans to continue improving their family if apps for the web, iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. Tight integration with the O365 APIs make PicHit.me consistent for all users and reliable for the millions of Office users. Many of us make PowerPoint presentations every day and now making them even better is easy to do.Further reading: Machine Learning, Microsoft, PowerPoint