PowerPoint thank you slides - are they required?

08.12.21  •  #PowerPoint #Templates

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Thank you slides at the end of your PowerPoint presentation

Of all the slides in a PowerPoint presentation, the closing slide is one of the most important. The end of the presentation should be good, otherwise a whole presentation can be put in a bad light, although the rest was fine. In this blog post, we therefore explain in which situations you should use a Thank you page. Furthermore, we have a PowerPoint template with various Thank you slides for you to download.

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templates for thank you slides

Should you use a Thank you slide for PowerPoint presentations?

In many PowerPoint presentations, a Thank you slide is shown at the end. This signals the participants that the presentation is over. It also allows you to say thank you to the audience without much effort.

In which situations should you use a Thank you slide?

In the following cases, a Thank you page would be a very good choice:

Other possibilities

There are tons of other ideas. In our blog you will find, among other things, 10 creative ideas for closing slides as well as meaningful quotes that you can use as a conclusion to your PowerPoint presentation.

There are many other ideas on how to end your PowerPoint presentation. One possibility would be to use SlideLizard. SlideLizard is a free PowerPoint extension that allows you to get feedback from your audience in the quickest and easiest way possible. You can of course customize the evaluation sheet to your specific needs and make sure you get exactly the kind of feedback you need.


About the author

Miriam Rapberger

Miriam supports SlideLizard in the area of marketing and design. There she uses her creativity for blog posts, among other things.



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