Finding the right image for your PowerPoint presentation is way easier now with PicHit.Me

Office 365, PicHit.me, PowerPoint
Using Microsoft’s machine learning systems in Microsoft Azure, PicHit.me has created the ability to recommend photos, based on the content in your presentation, from within the presentation.

A new partnership between Microsoft and PichIt.me means searching for just the right image for your PowerPoint presentation just got a whole lot easier — and faster.

Steve “Guggs” Guggenheimer, corporate vice president of Developer Platform & Evangelism and Chief Evangelist for Microsoft, writes that through the “power of Azure and Office 365 and direct integration into Office via the O365 APIs, PowerPoint users can acquire and place imagery from PicHit.me, without ever leaving an application.”

“If you need photos for your latest deck, you can sign up for PicHit.me and immediately search their robust photo market for just the right image,” Guggenheimer says. “If you can’t find a photo that is quite right … all you need to do is ask. With PicHit.me’s community of freelance photographers constantly looking to fulfill requests, you might just get it, and sooner than you think. And you don’t have to worry about managing copyrights … it’s already covered.”

To learn more, head over to Steve “Guggs” Guggenheimer’s Blog.

Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff

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