We have recently changed our Export options (we have removed Evernote and Slideshare integrations), but you can still transfer your presentation visuals to applications such as Evernote, Slideshare and Powerpoint. To do this, you will need to download the images of the slides, login to evernote or slideshare or open a new powerpoint file, and upload each slide - see below for a how-to.
Please note you do have another option to present or display your presentation format visual. You can use our Presentation Mode, which is available once you have saved and published your Piktochart visual. When you view your visual in a browser using the provided output URL, you will have the option to enter Presentation Mode using the button at the top right. See how here: http://support.piktochart.com/hc/en-us/articles/235595487-How-do-I-enter-Presentation-mode-. You can also access this Presentation mode if you are offline, by letting it load when your computer is still connected to the internet.
To export your Piktochart visual to Evernote, Slideshare or Powerpoint, it is best to use a Presentation format template so that you'll have 4:3 width to height ratio presentation blocks/ slides. Once your visual is complete, click Download on the right corner of the header menu.
You can download your visual in jpg or png format (Beta png available for PRO users for higher resolution) as blocks. In the download window, select Download as Blocks and the jpgs or pngs of your visual's blocks will be downloaded in a zip file. Open the zip file as a folder, and you'll see your blocks as individual image files. Open Evernote, Slideshare or Powerpoint to a new file, and transfer each block/image as 1 slide.
We are always here for caring support and assistance, so please let us know if you have any further questions :)