We can all agree that transitions are important in presentations. Visual transitions can be just as important as verbal ones. PowerPoint recently released a new feature called Morph that allows you to simplify the visual transition from page to page without feeling like you have to create 100 animations that may or may not rival a George Lucas film.

“The Morph feature creates cinematic motion by seamlessly animating between your slides. Morph doesn’t just animate regular text or images, it can animate 3-D shapes or be applied at a word or even character level, including text wrapping. Simply duplicate slides you want to be morphed together, move the objects based on how you want them to animate and click the Morph button under Transitions. You’ll be amazed at the quality of animations you create with just one click.” (Morph Features Source)

Morph is a feature that is available to Office 365 users. You can also find this feature in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows desktop and Windows mobile. You can find the Morph feature in PowerPoint. Click on Transitions through the Ribbon and you will see the second option be Morph.


Check out this amazing site that will walk you step by step on how to use MORPH.