Admin: A workspace admin can access most workspace settings, including update billing options, and adding or removing workspace members. Every additional workspace member in a Starter workspace is an admin by default.
Block: Any visual element on a slide, for example a text block or an image block.
Bounding box: The border around a block. You can click on the squares around the perimeter — called handlers — to move, resize, or scale your content.
Bubble bar: Available from the editor, the bubble bar gives users quick access to key design and collaboration options like design, slide statuses, slide assignments, comments, reactions, and notes.
Chart: A type of block that can be added to a slide from the editor toolbar Currently, Pitch offers bar, line, and pie charts.
Collaborator: A collaborator can create, edit, and share presentations, but can’t access workspace settings or add new members. Only Pro workspaces can designate workspace collaborators.
Comments: A comment on a presentation slide, or a reply to a top-level comment. Comments can be added from the bubble bar.
Current slide: The slide displayed in the center of your editor. The current slide will always have a blue vertical bar next to it in the slide navigator.
Custom fonts: Any font that is not already available in Pitch would be considered a custom font. Workspace members can upload custom fonts to their workspace via the style builder or editor.
Dashboard: This is your first view of Pitch, offering an overview of the eight most recently edited presentations in your workspace. Dashboards are unique to each user and will contain updates from workspace folders, private folders, and shared presentations.
Design: Accessible via the bubble bar, the Design panel is where you can edit and customize blocks like text and images. If no blocks are selected, you'll see background color options and available presentation styles.
Editor: The editor is where you create and collaborate on presentations.
Editor toolbar: The editor toolbar sits at the top of the editor. It lets you insert blocks (e.g., text, images, charts), access the quick menu, view active presentation collaborators, open sharing and presentation options, and access the main menu.
Embed: A type of block that can be added to a slide from the editor toolbar. Currently you can embed videos from YouTube, Vimeo, and Loom directly into your slides.
Focus mode: Put your slides front and center with focus mode, a special setting that lets you view your slides while hiding editing controls. To enter focus mode, click on the arrow next to the Play button and select View presentation. While in this mode, you can show or hide the slide navigator and comments, but cannot actively edit slides.
Folder: Folders enable your workspace members to organize and store presentations under shared topics. Pitch offers private, shared, and workspace folders.
Google fonts: A robust collection of open source designer web fonts, which are available for free download and use. You can browse the library at fonts.google.com.
Guest: Guests are registered Pitch users who have been granted access to view or edit a presentation. They can access individually shared presentations in a workspace, but can't view workspace folders or add presentations to a workspace.
Help: Need some guidance? Click on the question mark at the bottom right of your app to review shortcuts, open the help center, or reach out to community support.
Home: The Home folder is your default workspace folder. All workspace members can access, edit, and add presentations here.
Image: A type of block that can be added to a slide from the editor toolbar. Pitch supports JPG, PNG, SVG, and GIF files.
Image cropping: When editing with an image block, cropping enables users to control the parts of an image that are visible on a slide.
iPrivate folder: Folders that are, by default, only accessible by the person who created it. Presentations in private folders are only visible to you, unless you choose to share them with workspace members or guests.
Live cursor: When editing a presentation, you'll see other collaborator's cursors as they edit slide content. By default, live cursors will show the user's name. During a live session, you may also see their video and / or a microphone icon.
Live video collaboration: When multiple collaborators are viewing a presentation, live video collaboration enables them to discuss their work together in real time. During a live session, collaborators can see and hear each other while they edit or review a presentation.
Member: Anyone invited to join a workspace is considered a member. Members will have different access levels based on their workspace role.
Owner: Every workspace has a single owner that has full permissions to manage all settings in a workspace, including deleting the workspace.
Presentation: A presentation is a document made up of multiple slides that's organized to convey a message.
Presentation embeds: Public Pitch presentations can be added to websites, blogs, and collaboration tools like Notion. Simply click the Share button in the editor and then copy the embed code. Viewers will be able to navigate the embedded presentation without opening Pitch in their browser or being logged in.
Presentation menu: This is the drop-down menu that appears in the top left of your editor, next to your presentation’s name. Use this menu to save a presentation as a template or export your presentation as a PDF.
Presentation style: A set of visual rules, like colors, typefaces, and font settings, that determines the look and feel of a presentation.
Presenter bar: This is a floating bar that appears when entering presenter mode. It enables users to move forward and back in a presentation, exit full-screen view, open speaker view, and exist presenter mode.
Presenter mode: When you're ready to present your content to others, press Play in the editor to open presenter mode. You can use the left and right keys to move forward and back in a presentation, or open speaker view for additional options. When presenting, you won't be able to edit your slide content or view comments.
Quick menu: Access shortcuts and commands in Pitch with the quick menu. Available via your keyboard (Command + K or Control + K) or by clicking on the lightning bolt icon at the top-right of the app, the quick menu lets you insert or position content, collaborate with others, or even search your workspace.
Reactions: Available from the bubble bar, users can select from 🎉, 😍, 👏, 👍, and 👎to give quick feedback on content. You can react with each emoji once per slide.
Selected slide: The slide a user is interacting with in the slide navigator. In Pitch, you can select multiple slides at once. A selected slide is not always the current slide in the editor.
Settings menu: This is the drop-down menu next to your workspace’s name. Workspace members can add additional team members and download the app. In addition to those items, workspace owners can also manage the workspace settings from here.
Shape: A type of block that can be added to a slide from the editor toolbar Pitch offers essential, line, productivity, and decorative shapes.
Share: The share button, located in the top right corner of the editor, offers multiple sharing options. You can invite individual collaborators, make a presentation public, generate an embed code, or copy the direct link to your presentation.
Shared private folders: Users in Pro workspaces can invite others to join a private folder. Users with access to a shared private folder can view, edit, add, and remove presentations inside it.
Slide: A single page of information containing blocks like text, shapes, and images. Multiple slides come together to form a presentation.
Slide assignee: The presentation collaborator who has been assigned a slide. You can assign a slide by right-clicking on a slide in the slide navigator, using the quick menu, or from the Workflow section in the bubble bar.
Slide editor: Available from the editor, the slide editor sits below the current slide. It offers quick access to templates, presentation styles, background colors, and background images.
Slide navigator: The area on the left-hand side of your editor that contains a list of all slides in a presentation. You can also choose to show or hide the slide navigator while in focus mode.
Slide status: A visual indicator about the status of your slide: to do, in progress, or done. You can set a slide status by right-clicking on a slide in the slide navigator, using the quick menu, or by clicking on Workflow in the bubble bar.
Speaker notes: Available via the bubble bar, speaker notes can be added and edited while working on a presentation, and will be visible when using speaker view to present.
Speaker view: Available from presenter mode, speaker view enables users to control their presentation, review speaker notes, and see a preview of the next slide.
Sticker: A type of block that can be added to a slide from the editor toolbar. Choose between Otto, Graph Monsters, Chubby Hands, and many more.
Style builder: Available from the editor, the style builder lets you set the visual rules — like colors, typeface, and font setting — for a presentation. You can edit the presentation styles that come with templates, or create a branded style from scratch.
Table: A type of block that can be added to a slide from the editor toolbar. When you add a table to a slide, you can choose the initial number of rows and columns. Once created, you can adjust the number of cells, enter content, and adjust the styling.
Team templates: Located at the bottom of your workspace sidebar, this folder contains any templates saved by your workspace. Anyone can save new templates or edit and publish changes to existing ones.
Template: A saved presentation that can be used when creating a new presentation. Your Templates folder contains any templates created and saved by your workspace. Templates can be selected via the template picker or the template gallery.
Template gallery: A place to browse and start working with templates curated by the Pitch team. You can work with the default styling, or customize templates and save them to your workspace's Templates folder.
Template picker: When creating or editing a presentation, the template picker gives you easy access to templates saved to your workspace or located in the gallery. You can add all slides from a template, or browse and select individual slides.
Text: A type of block that can be added to a slide from the editor toolbar; for example a title, headline, or bullet list.
Text style: Text presets, like title, headline, subheadline, or normal text. Text styles are determined by the active presentation style, but can be individually customized.
Users: Anyone invited to join a workspace is considered a user. Users will have different access levels based on their workspace role.
Workspace: Workspaces are where presentations are created, collaborated on, and organized. Workspaces can contain multiple members who can access, edit, and work on presentations together.
Workspace folder: A folder that is accessible to everyone in your workspace. Presentations stored in workspace folders can be viewed and edited by all workspace members.
Workspace icon: The image that is used to identify a workspace. If your workspace owner hasn't uploaded an image, we'll use the first letter of your workspace on a colored background. You'll see the icons for each workspace you have access to in the workspace switcher on your dashboard.
Workspace roles: Workspace roles enable you to manage permissions for different people on your team. In Starter workspaces, members can be either an owner or an admin. In Pro workspaces, members can also be a collaborator, meaning their permissions will be limited.
Workspace settings: Available via the settings menu, this is where owners and admins can set a workspace icon, rename a workspace, or set an approved email domain. Owners can also transfer ownership or delete their workspace.
Workspace sidebar: This refers to the left side of your workspace, where you'll find the dashboard, folders, saved templates, and release notes.
Workspace switcher: On the left side of your dashboard you can switch between different workspaces.