As much as we all hate to admit it, Powerpoint is still the defacto presentation tool, and it does provide some powerful diagramming tools that would be difficult to replicate.
I hate having to copy Aha views into Powerpoint, and the reverse isn't much better, copying individual PP slides as images into Aha notes. I want Aha to be the single source for all diagrams and not have them immediately obsolete. I want them to evolve like everything else in Aha and have their destination notebooks automatically update - one of the most compelling features of Aha overall.
I'd like to be able to add a slide from Powerpoint to a note/notebook and have it render natively. If I could edit that slide directly inside Aha, that'd be a dream.
Maybe? Integrate with Office 365, so you could grab Powerpoint slides from it, and if they change, update them on a refresh?
Thank you for your feedback on this idea. There is a Powerpoint add-in that allows you to show live Aha! views within a Powerpoint presentation.
Share a saved view as a webpage (learn more)
Copy the link to the webpage
Get Microsoft's Web Viewer add-in for Powerpoint (one-time install)
On a slide, go to Insert > Add-ins and select Web Viewer
In the URL field, paste the link to the shared webpage for your Aha! view
Remove the extra https:// at the front of the link
Hide headers and footers with parameters at the end of the url like this example: "account.aha.io/shared/123abc?header=false&footer=false"
Please let us know how this add-in works for you and if it solves your need for exporting presentations from Aha! to Powerpoint.