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    • [email_address] http://twitter.com/sapweb20 December 2009 Slides v1.5 BETA PowerPoint Twitter Tools From SAP BusinessObjects ® ®
    • Introduction
      • Welcome!
      • This presentation explains the PROTOTYPE PowerPoint Twitter Tools I designed using the SAP BusinessObjects Dashboarding product, Xcelsius , that help make presentations a more interactive, web 2.0 experience.
      • For more information, detailed instructions and troubleshooting tips, please go to the SAPweb20.com web site:
      • http://www.sapweb20.com/blog/powerpoint-twitter-tools/instructions/
      • These tools are prototypes. Please go to the http://sapweb20.com web site for more information on using the tools
      • Contents
        • PowerPoint Feedback Slides
        • PowerPoint Twitter AutoTweet
        • PowerPoint Twitter Voting
        • PowerPoint Twitter Ticker Bar
        • PowerPoint Twitter Update Bar
        • PowerPoint Twitter Mood Meter
        • PowerPoint Crowd Meter
        • PowerPoint Zoom Text
      © SAP 2009 / Page Timo Elliott Senior Director, Strategic Marketing SAP BusinessObjects Paris, France +33607864903 [email_address] http:// sapweb20.com twitter.com/sapweb20 [email_address] http:// timoelliott.com twitter.com/timoelliott
    • Obligatory Legal Disclaimer
      • IN NO EVENT WILL SAP OR TIMO ELLIOTT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOSS OF USE OR LOST BUSINESS, REVENUE, OR GOODWILL) ARISING IN CONNECTION WITH THESE PROTOTYPES AND/OR THE USE THEREOF, UNDER ANY THEORY OF TORT, CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY OR NEGLIGENCE, EVEN IF SAP OR TIMO ELLIOTT HAS BEEN ADVISED, KNEW OR SHOULD HAVE KNOWN OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN NO EVENT SHALL ANY DAMAGES WHICH MAY BE ASSESSED UPON SAP OR TIMO ELLIOTT FOR ANY REASON.
      © SAP 2009 / Page
    • PowerPoint Twitter Feedback Slide Use Presentation Mode to view, Click this header to give mouse control back to PowerPoint, change slide, etc. Check the “alternate format” to see more tweets! © SAP 2009 / Page
    • Moderation Options
      • I know what you’re thinking!
      • “ I’d love to present with the Twitter tools, but I’m worried that people might Tweet something inappropriate”
      • No problem — sign up for a free account at TidyTweet , and you can easily filter out everything that might be a problem, automatically or manually. Then simply enter the custom feed URL in the options tab of the feedback slide.
      • You can also use this method for internal twitter-like services that offer an ATOM feed — you can choose whether to append the keyword parameter to the URL
      © SAP 2009 / Page
    • PowerPoint Auto Tweet
      • You can “auto tweet” from presentations using the AutoTweet plugin, available here (Office 2007) or here (Office 2004)
      • Any text between the tags [twitter] and [/twitter] in your notes pages will automatically be tweeted as your give your presentation.
      © SAP 2009 / Page
    • PowerPoint Twitter Voting Instructions
      • To vote, make the first character of your tweet an option number, and include a unique voting string somewhere in the text, e.g.
      • “ 1 is the option I choose! myvote ” OR “@votebytweet 1 myvote ” (your followers won’t see the votes by default)
      • Here’s what the chart looks like with data — try putting in the string “xcelsiustweet” to see some results on the next slides…
      © SAP 2009 / Page
    • PowerPoint Twitter Voting Choice of chart types: pie + 2 to 6 choices © SAP 2009 / Page http://www.sapweb20.com/blog/powerpoint-twitter-tools/instructions/ 1. Option 1 2. Option 2 3. Option 3
    • PowerPoint Twitter Voting Labels © SAP 2009 / Page http://www.sapweb20.com/blog/powerpoint-twitter-tools/instructions/ You can use these below with the voting tool on the previous page — aligned with 1 to 6 option choices 1. Option 1 2. Option 2 1. Option 1 2. Option 2 3. Option 3 1. Option 1 2. Option 2 3. Option 3 4. Option 4 1. Option 1 2. Option 2 3. Option 3 4. Option 4 5. Option 5 1. Option 1 2. Option 2 3. Option 3 4. Option 4 5. Option 5 6. Option 6
    • PowerPoint Twitter Ticker Bar
      • Instructions
        • Put the slide into presentation mode to see the ticker bar at the bottom of the screen. If the bar does not appear, see troubleshooting section of online instructions)
        • Use the left-hand button to turn the bar on or off. Type in the text you want to search for (e.g. “timoelliott”) and press Enter.
        • Click outside the bar area in order to give control back to PowerPoint/move to next slide, etc.
      © SAP 2009 / Page The Twitter Bar will appear here in Presentation Mode (you may have to wait a few seconds for it to load) To maintain status across slides, you must put the ticker bar in your slide master, as I have done here. See http://sapweb20.com/blog/powerpoint-twitter-tools/instructions
    • PowerPoint Twitter Update Bar
      • Note: This bar uses “basic authentication.” Because of Twitter/ Flash security restrictions, the file “powerpoint_twitter_update_status.swf” must be in the same directory as this slide deck for the bar to work.
      © SAP 2009 / Page Picture of the bar Real bar below (put in presentation mode to view)
    • PowerPoint Twitter Mood Meter
      • This tool is a variation on the twitter voting. The audience can tweet either:
        • @votebytweet warmer myuniqueid
        • @votebytweet colder myuniqueid
      • And the indicator in the bar will move to the right (warmer) or to the left (colder). The bar shows the average of the last n tweets (10 by default)
      • Usage example: at the start of a presentation, you ask the audience how they feel about a particular topic (e.g. “do you think SAP is an innovative company?”. Then the audience can tweet during the presentation if they agree/disagree, and the bar shows the current “mood”
      • As with the ticker bar, this should be installed in the powerpoint slide master if you want to use it across slides. See http://www.sapweb20.com/blog/powerpoint-twitter-tools/instructions for more details
      © SAP 2009 / Page Real bar below (put in presentation mode to view)
    • PowerPoint Crowd Meter Make some noise! © SAP 2009 / Page
    • PowerPoint Zoom Text Method 1 Click the button to Add Your Own Text © SAP 2009 / Page
    • PowerPoint Zoom Text Method 2 Put in presentation mode to view effect © SAP 2009 / Page Click on a word to “zoom” in on it. To modify the text shown, go to edit mode, right click on the flash movie below, choose “parameters”, find the “movie” parameter, and change the words after “mywords=“. Use a semi-colon to separate phrases.
    • Copyright 2009 SAP AG All Rights Reserved
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      • Please note that this document is subject to change and may be changed by SAP at any time without notice. SAP assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in this document. SAP does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information, text, graphics, links, or other items contained within this material. This document is provided without a warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement.
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      © SAP 2008 / Page