Microsoft PowerPoint’s AI-powered coach will hone your presentation skills everywhere

I’ve goofed up in presentations plenty of times because I didn’t practice enough or I got nervous. Thankfully, Microsoft PowerPoint‘s AI-powered coach can help you avoid those mistakes. The coach was first released in 2019 on the web. Now, it’s now rolling out to all platforms — Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android. In coach mode, the AI listens to your presentations and gives you suggestions based on your tonality and delivery. For instance, it will give you a warning not to use too many “umm”s and “ahh”s. Plus, the coach will ask you to vary your tone if your delivery is too flat.…

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