Work offline in Pitch

Update and create presentations when you are not connected to the internet.

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Written by Verena Kuhn
Updated over a week ago

You can accomplish a lot in Pitch while offline. In order to work efficiently without an internet connection, we recommend preloading any presentations you may want to work on. To get your presentation ready before going offline, you need to open your presentation and make sure to go through all slides. When you're back online, any changes made will be synced.

๐Ÿ’ก Before going offline, we also recommend assigning the slides so that you and your team avoid working on the same slides at the same time.

If Pitch indicates that you're offline but you have a secure connection to other sites, try toggling your wifi off and then back on again.

Available features when working offline

When working offline using the desktop app, you will be able to:

  • Create and edit presentations

  • Save presentation as template and publish templates

  • Insert tables

  • Upload images

  • Change status of a slide and also assign a slide to your workspace members

  • Add comments and reactions to a slide

  • Embed videos from YouTube, Vimeo and Loom (preview will be available once you are back online)

  • Use the quick menu

  • Use the player to present your presentation

  • Add speaker notes

  • Organize your folders

You can also work offline while using the web app in a browser. The only difference in the browser app is that you will not be able to upload images.

Limitations when working offline

While offline, you will not be able to:

  • Access and use any media libraries: Unsplash, Giphy, Icons8, Brand logos, and images + videos uploaded to the Library.

  • Use any chart integrations: Google Sheets, Google Analytics, Chartmogul

  • Browse templates and add a slide from a template, both gallery templates and Library templates

  • Upload and play videos

  • Receive notifications

  • Share the presentation via email and get the public link to the presentation

  • Get embed code for your presentation

  • Export to PDF

  • Use speaker view

  • Access version history to recover deleted slides and see version history

  • Access the list of workspace members and add/remove users

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