PowerPoint Is Old School: Make Way For Sway
Sway is billed as a hipper presentation app than your dad's PowerPoint. Sway lets you drag and drop photos, videos and files from YouTube, your computer, Facebook, Twitter or OneDrive onto a Web browser or smartphone or tablet app. Sway allows you to organize content in an engaging way to help communicate in a nonlinear (PowerPoint) way.
Yes, Microsoft's OneNote is also an aggregation app. But Microsoft says Sway is more of a presentation app, allowing users to share finished ideas, compared with OneNote, which it says is more like the box we put ideas in before we present them.
Sway, in preview since October, will be available in Office 2016 and to business and education subscribers in Office 365 later this year.