Reviews Script for Capterra.com
Google Docs Review ($1
Pros: The collaboration tool set of Google Docs is the easiest to use we have come across. You can give editing permissions to your team, and then all work on the same document at once without editing over each other. This is because you can always see who else is in the document and exactly where in the document they are working, in real time.
Cons: Sometimes it’s confusing if someone sends a document invite to a non-Gmail account, and the Gmail account has trouble accessing it. So, it’s best if everyone uses a Gmail account to edit. Also, a small gripe I have is that the cursor indicating your collaborator’s current place in the document covers up punctuation like periods and commas. So, if I am copy editing, I have to ask my team to move their cursor to make sure the punctuation is correct.
Overall Experience: We need to collaborate on documents in real-time and then be able to share them with others. This is much easier and faster than storing documents on a local drive and then sending versions back and forth.
Microsoft PowerPoint Review ($1
Pros: Microsoft PowerPoint is a straight-forward tool for making and showing presentations with an interface that is very much “what-you-see-is-what-you-get”. It is also the dominant presentation software, meaning that you will probably never find a client or venue that will have problems with any presentation you created in Microsoft PowerPoint. It is also rather versatile, allowing users to do far more that slide-based presentations. Users can create online slideshows, clickable infographics, and embed original graphics and videos.
Cons: Like all Microsoft products, such as Word, Excel, Access and etc., Microsoft PowerPoint has own eccentricities. It could be more user-friendly, which is where some of the competing presentation apps Excel. It is absolutely not good for creating original art or illustrations, even though many users seem to think so. If you want original graphics, then you should be creating this graphics in apps, like Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, CorelDRAW or etc., and then importing this graphics into a Microsoft PowerPoint.
Overall Experience: I’ve created innumerable presentations for clients big and small in Microsoft PowerPoint. I have a professional experience on using Microsoft PowerPoint. In my many years of using Microsoft PowerPoint and sending presentations to people all around the globe and world, who wants to representation, I have never once had someone tell me, when they could not open a file or report any problems with their presentations. It takes some practice to truly master, but once you have spent quality time working with Microsoft PowerPoint, whenever you can do some good stuff. I hope, that Microsoft PowerPoint being is a recommended program for creating presentations for beginners.
SliceThePie.com Reviews Script for Music
Example 1: A Glowing Review—9/10
This is a great song and performance. The melody is strong and tuneful. The singer has an attractive vocal tone, and puts real feeling into the lyrics. The lyrics are interesting and meaningful with some punchy phrases. Instrumentally, the song has a rich, full accompaniment that complements the vocal track perfectly. Great guitar solo too, although I think a grittier tone would suit the dark mood of the song better.
The performance quality is high throughout, both vocally and instrumentally. Overall, the song is distinctive and original, and I think it has strong commercial potential.
Example 2: A Good Song Badly Arranged—6/10
I think this song has some good musical qualities but needs a better musical arrangement. The singer has a distinctive and attractive vocal tone, but is often drowned out by the powerful instrumental accompaniment. The synth tones are far too harsh and strident. The singer should be allowed to dominate the song without having to compete with the accompaniment. The lyrics seem quite interesting, but can't always be heard clearly because of the poor vocal-instrumental balance. It's quite a tuneful song, though, and could be easily improved with a more tasteful instrumental arrangement.
Example 3: A Negative Review—3/10
This song has some problems. The intro is too long, and doesn't really develop or build up enough to justify such a long intro. The singer has some pitch accuracy issues. [That's a diplomatic way of saying "out of tune."] The melody is weak, and the lyrics are quite plain and repetitive. The instrumental arrangement is reasonably good in terms of balance, and it provides a solid enough accompaniment, but it needs to be a bit more varied and interesting, and definitely more expressive for greater impact. Overall, I think the song doesn't have enough quality in its present state.