New from ReadyTalk – PDF Upload Support

We are pleased to announce the addition of .pdf upload support in your Chairperson Meeting Controls. The .pdf file joins PowerPoint, audio, video, and image files as another accepted file type for upload. We hear feedback all the time from our customers who love using our slide deck for their presentations. Rather than blindly sharing apps on their screen, they can see their upcoming slides, videos, polls, images, and now .pdf's while they are presenting and managing other meeting functions. Well we've given you one more reason to use our slide deck for presentations vs. just sharing your screen. 

Uploading a .pdf is simple. Just open your ReadyTalk Meeting Controls and upload as you would normally upload slides. 

1. Simply click the "Insert Slides" Button from the Presentation area of your controls. 

2. Select a .pdf file from your file system to upload. 

3. That's it, the .pdf file will convert and be placed in your slide deck along all of your other content. 

From there simply double click the thumbnails to present the specific .pdf file pages. All of the annotation tools for slides are also available for your .pdf files. What do you think of this feature? What other file types would you like to upload in your controls? Leave your comments below! 

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Paul Carollo

Paul Carollo is a Product Strategist focused on collaboration and remote working software solutions. A veteran of the telecommunications industry, Paul is currently on sabbatical, living and working from the road with his wife Jesse. He's using this time to adventure around the US and Canada and seriously test the limits of remote working capabilities. Paul is an avid outdoorsmen with a serious passion for technology. You can follow his adventures via this blog or on Instagram @gertygoes.

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