Export to HTML5 + JS
Export to HTML5 + JS sways can be shared with links. Currently there are some web apps which dissect and present powerpoint presentations. Put an end to that and use an existing open standard
Thanks for the suggestion!
Microsoft has ignored your comments because it JUST DOES NOT CARE...its a half baked product and they dont want to improve it. People have been crying about offline support or export to html+js option for years, hasnt happened in 3 years since launch and it surely aint happening now....#RIP Microsoft #FireSatyaNadella
I could embed the html link to my mobile learning app. This is definitely the future of eLearning!!!
Raymond Mitchell commented
I think this makes a lot of sense for offline scenarios but also, Sway is a great way to create and organize content and could be used for creating simple, brochure-like websites
Jeremy M commented
This would be nice because it would allow users to show the sway that they created when internet is not available. In my case I know that my school network is not reliable and I would like to use an offline copy to make sure that my presentation can go through as planed without any technical difficulties. I don't expect to be able to edit the sway but to be able to show it offline would be nice. The advantage of HTML is that most computers have a program that can open and display that type of content so it would not require more software to be installed. I guess that you could allow us to download the folders with the HTML code in it and the photo folders in a zip that we can then uncompressed to be able to use it.
I would like to see a variety of publishing formats. Rather then publishing straight to the web, is it possible to save a Sway as a HTML format file. This would allow flexibility for things like internal knowledge bases or support pages.