⦁ Limited customization options: While Sway provides different design templates and styles, the level of customization may be more limited compared to traditional presentation software. Users may have fewer options to control the layout, formatting, and design elements according to their specific preferences or branding requirements.
⦁ Lack of advanced features: Sway focuses on simplicity and ease of use, which means it may lack some advanced features found in dedicated presentation software. Advanced animations, complex slide transitions, or intricate data analysis capabilities may be limited or absent in Sway.
⦁ Dependency on internet connectivity: Sway is an online platform, and it requires a stable internet connection for both editing and presenting the presentations. Limited or unreliable internet access can hinder the ability to work on or share Sway presentations in certain environments or situations.
⦁ Limited offline access: Sway presentations are primarily accessed through a web browser or the Sway app, which means offline access to the presentations is limited. Users may not be able to edit or present their Sway presentations without an internet connection.
⦁ File format limitations: Sway presentations are saved and shared in a proprietary format that may not be compatible with other presentation software. Exporting or converting Sway presentations to more common file formats, such as PowerPoint or PDF, may result in some formatting or compatibility issues.
⦁ Data privacy and ownership: When using Sway, users need to consider data privacy and ownership implications. The platform collects user data, and users should be aware of the privacy policies and data handling practices. Sensitive or confidential information may require additional precautions to ensure data security.

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