More specifically, the software giant released a new feature for insiders that essentially allow the creation of slides in PowerPoint in Portrait mode on both iPhones and iPads.
If you haven’t used PowerPoint on an iPhone, you probably don’t know how big this feature really is. Because of the limited screen estate, using PowerPoint in the landscape mode isn’t necessarily the most straightforward experience, and using the portrait mode comes in a lot handier, especially on devices with larger screens – such as the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
“With a shift towards mobile-first content creation, we have heard from many of you that you prefer to do so in Portrait mode. Based on your feedback, We have added the capability to switch and in and out of Portrait mode when both creating and editing slides!” Mi… (read more)
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