Post a presentation to Facebook, Twitter, or other social network

To share your PowerPoint presentation with your friends or the community on a social network, you first need to make a connection between the social network and OneDrive. Set up a connection to each of your social networks and then you can post all you want. Here’s how:

  1. Sign in to OneDrive and open the file you want to post.

  2. Click the Share tab.

  3. Under Share, click Post to, click add services, and then pick a social network to connect to.

    Post your presentation to a social network

    Note:  If you don’t see the social network you want in the list, click Find more services and follow the online instructions to add it.

  4. Click Connect.

    Connect to a social network

  5. Allow your OneDrive and social network accounts to connect with one another.

    Note:  Each social network requires that you authorize the connection. To change the connection permissions at any time, see Change or remove a connection to a social network below.

When you‘re ready to share your presentation

  1. Under Share, click Post to.

    Specify a social network to post to
  2. Check one or more boxes Check the box for the social network you want to post to for the social network(s) you want to post your presentation to.

  3. Type a message about the presentation you’re posting.

  4. Allow people (who sign in to OneDrive) to edit your posted presentation by checking Recipients can edit.

  5. Click Post.

    Click Post

Change or remove a connection to a social network

If you have set up a connection between OneDrive and a social network such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or others, you can remove that connection at any time.

  1. Sign in to OneDrive, right-click the presentation file, and then click Sharing.

    Share a presentation
  2. Click Post to.

  3. Click Add services, and then click Manage my services.

    Manage my services
  4. Click Edit below the social network you want to change, for example Facebook.

    Click Edit
  5. Click Remove this connection completely, and then click Remove.

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