Every week you can look forward to new changes in Pitch. Here you'll find an overview of the latest features and improvements and a recap of recently squashed bugs.
Live video collaboration is out of beta with a suite of improvements to help you quickly join your team on top of a slide. Plus, we’re adding:
This week we’re introducing a better way to give focused feedback from your phone. In addition to that:
This week, we’re making editing, searching, and collaborating more intuitive. Plus, you can:
Missing office life? We're adding a new sticker pack to take you back to the simpler days of highlighters, erasers, and pencil sharpeners. Plus, get a first look at our upcoming betas:
This week, we’re opening up access to our mobile app beta. Simply point your phone at the QR code to download Pitch for iOS or Android. Additionally, we’re shipping:
This week, we’re giving you a new way to stay on top of progress. Subscribe to any deck and receive notifications about comments and status updates. Plus:
This week is all about smooth navigation through Pitch. Now you can:
This week, we’re shipping improvements to enhance your team’s collaboration and workflow. Here’s what’s new:
This week is all about progress and collaboration. Here’s what’s new:
This week we’re introducing a new integration with ChartMogul to help you visualize your subscription revenue reports.
Additionally, we’re shipping:
This week we’re improving the editing experience to save you time. First, now you can add links to images to make them clickable. Additionally, we’re enabling you to:
We’re joining millions of great apps by adding Pitch to the Mac App Store. In addition to that, we’re:
Collaborate with more control and share with fewer distractions. We’re introducing new comment-only permission and revising what other guest roles can do. Additionally,
This week we’re making it easier for anyone on your team to create beautifully on-brand slides. Here are some of the highlights:
Sometimes, the best way to make your point is with a big, moving arrow. Fortunately, our new stickers are here to help! In addition to that, now you can:
This week, we're adding five new templates to help you raise money, win work, and manage client relationships. In addition, we've:
Today, we’re one step closer to introducing a full ecosystem for publishing and exchanging presentations. Learn more about our new creator profiles and find out how to get involved in our publishing beta. Here’s what else is new:
Every week, we look for new ways to help you save time, and this week’s no different. Here are just a few of the updates awaiting you:
Whether you’re reviewing work, presenting to an audience, or sharing a link, your presentations should always look great. Our new player makes sure you always make a good impression. But that’s not all — now you can:
Fewer clicks, more focus. Sounds great, right? This week is all about helping you do your best work quickly — no matter what device you’re using. Now you can:
Starting this week, you can style individual table cells, strikethrough selected text, and find the correct chart faster. Additionally, we’re shipping:
We’re thrilled to announce we’ve raised $85 million in Series B funding, led by Tiger Global and Lakestar. Get a first look at what’s in store for 2021. Also, this week we’re shipping:
This week, we’re kicking off the Pitch for Android beta and giving teams a new way to collaborate on the go. In addition to that, now you can:
With this update, we’re enabling all Starter plan members to bring deleted slides back to life. We’re also shipping:
This week we’re adding seven new presentation templates to our gallery so that you always have the right inspiration. In addition to that, now you can:
Make your data-driven slides stand out with new stacked and area charts. In addition to that, we’re shipping:
Get ready for time travel. Today, we’re introducing version history. Now, Pro workspace members and guest editors can view and restore slide changes. And there’s more:
Today we’re bringing presentation views to Pro workspaces, giving members a way to see who’s viewed their work. This is our first official step toward bringing granular presentation analytics to Pitch. Looking for more? We’re also shipping:
This week is packed with news. News from across all of your workspaces — in a new notification center. What else?
Spring is here and this week we’re shipping a fresh batch of image editing improvements that make resizing, repositioning, and cropping fast and easy. Additionally, we’re releasing:
Today, we’re making it possible to sign in with your Apple ID, an important step in bringing Pitch to more devices. Plus, we’re adding:
This week we’re introducing a few big updates to our iOS app, which is currently in beta. (Want access? Check out the deck for details.) We’re also enhancing the editing experience on the web and desktop. You can look forward to:
With Pitch, collaboration should be simple and straightforward, and editing should always be effortless. This week, we're introducing:
Today, we're thrilled to make our template gallery public. Now anyone can get design inspiration for their next big presentation. In addition to that, we're shipping:
Each week, we aim to make working in Pitch faster, more efficient, and more delightful. With today's update:
This week we're giving you more control over your content and how it's viewed. Now you can:
Who needs TikTok when you could be spending endless hours thumbing through Pitch presentations on your iPhone? That's right — our iOS app is finally ready for testing. In addition to that:
We'll cut to the chase: Our PowerPoint importer is now in beta and ready for exploration and feedback. But that's not all that's going on this week! We've also got:
When it comes to building Pitch, we sweat every detail. And we love that you do too. This week is all about the little details — including details on how one customer raised $7.5M with Pitch! Top updates include:
New year, new updates, but the same great experience you've come to expect from us. This week, we're adding:
It's our last update of 2020, and we come bearing gifts! With this release, you can:
Days are getting shorter and colder, at least in our neck of the woods. What better to warm you up than a few red-hot improvements and fixes? This week, we:
This week we're shipping a long-awaited feature: multi-column chart support. Now you can present more convincing, data-driven stories by directly comparing data sets. Plus:
This week, we're making working with integrations faster and more efficient. Drag, drop, and replace data to help every chart pop with the latest insights. In addition to that, now you can:
This week we're excited to introduce user settings. Now you can add and replace avatars, change your password, and update your display name. Additional updates include:
One thing we're keenly focused on is delivering more and more powerful integrations. But to do that, we need to know what you need most. In addition to adding a new way to suggest integratons, we've:
Week over week, we aim to make Pitch smarter, faster, and more delightful. With this release, we want to let you know that:
Last week we launched Pitch. Phew! This week, we're moving into maintenance mode. This update is jam-packed with bug fixes galore (and so much more!) Now you can:
After a year in beta, we're excited to share that Pitch is now open to the public. As part of our launch, we've shipped:
This week, we spent time polishing the finer details of Pitch, hopefully making our app easier and more delightful to use. Updates include:
Reporting on website performance is faster than ever with our new Google Analytics integration. In addition to that, this week we shipped:
There's a lot to love about presentation styles in Pitch. They're flexible, brandable, and approachable. Still, there's always room for improvement! Now you can:
We're feeling the need for speed. This week we focused on making creating and editing presentations faster and more efficient. Now you can:
This week we’re excited to introduce our first data integration! Now you can import Google Sheets data to create beautiful charts. Additional updates include:
This week, we're shipping one of our most-requested features, plus a few new ways to spruce up your slides with images. Now you can:
Working in Pitch should feel effortless. This week we’re making smart features smarter, charts more customizable, and the entire app a lot faster. Updates include:
Almost anything has the potential to be a great presentation. This week, we're unveiling a new batch of presentation templates that cover both the expected and unexpected. Here's what you'll find:
This week, we're introducing a new section to our release notes: tips. Learn new ways to speed up your workflow, stylize your workspace, and more. In addition to that, we:
Last week we shipped our biggest update ever and invited thousands of new users to try Pitch. This week, we're moving into maintenance-mode. Changes include:
After months of hard work behind the scenes, we're thrilled to introduce you to our new design and new ways to collaborate with your team. This week, we shipped:
This week we're transforming how financial reporting is done in Pitch. That's right — we're introducing ... currency symbols! This is one of many updates coming to charts over the coming weeks. Here's what's new:
Sometimes collaboration is perfectly smooth. But other times, real-time collaboration can get a little messy. We want working with others to be joyful and productive. Now you can:
We're dedicating this week's release notes to the movers and shakers out there. Those of you engaging in rapid-fire collaboration across devices and across tools. Now you can:
This week we're filling out our template gallery with five new options. Plan marketing campaigns, share internal updates, deliver a killer conference talk, and more. We're also:
Were you itching to share your Pitch presentations with more people? If so, you're in luck! This week we're debuting presentation embeds. In addition to that, now you can:
Summer is just a few days away, so we're sneaking in some final spring cleaning. This week we've polished and decluttered Pitch to make it faster, shinier, and more reliable. Here's what's new:
Some weeks, our release notes are chock full of exciting new features. Other weeks, we focus on fine-tuning existing behavior. Guess which type of week this is? Updates include:
We're continuing to make the all-important table easier to work with, so you can present information beautifully. Here's what's new in Pitch this week:
The time you spend in Pitch should go toward nailing your story, not fiddling with formatting. To help you and your team make beautiful, on-brand presentations quickly, we're shipping:
We all need an extra set of hands now and then. How about 9? This week, we added new stickers and shipped the following updates:
This week's update is all about speed. We want you and your team to work as efficiently as possible. Here's what we shipped:
Creating and collaboration in Pitch should feel seamless. As of this week, working with others is easier than ever. Now:
Nothing sells a slide quite like a chart that goes up and to the right. Our newly formed Data Visualization team has spent some time polishing our charts, and we're stoked to debut the results. Now you can:
We're thrilled to see that many of our users are already collaborating across companies. This week, we're introducing a few updates that will improve this experience, including:
Ah, the humble table. A great way to share project plans, budgets, and more! This week we gave tables an upgrade and introduced a few other improvements and bug fixes. Pitch now offers:
It's a big week here at Pitch — we're finally giving the world a glimpse at what we're building. Check out this week's notes to learn more about our plans for 2020. In the meantime, here's what's new:
Templates and presentation styles help keep work on-message and on-brand. This week we spent some time polishing these essential areas. Here's what changed:
The Pitch team is working hard, and we bet you are too. Kick back and relax another round of release notes, hot off the presses. This week, we introduced:
Our previous releases have focused on improving creating and collaborating in Pitch. This week we're turning our attention to sharing your ideas with others. Now you can:
Work smarter, not harder. This week's updates are focused on streamlining your workflow and making you more efficient. Pitch now offers:
This week we're focusing on precision — removing extra clicks or steps, scrubbing out redundancies, and helping you and your team work more efficiently. Now you can:
We want to help everyone become a Pitch power user. That's why we believe features, functionality, and even limits should be simple to understand. This week, you'll notice:
The Pitch team loves templates. I mean, what's not to love? They look lovely, inspire your storytelling, and save tons of time. This week, we:
Throughout our limited preview, we've learned how much you value speed and precision. We want to help you work even faster in Pitch. So now we have:
The end of the year is just around the corner. But before we welcome 2020, we have several improvements, bug fixes, and new features to share. This week, we're introducing:
Our users are starting to put Pitch to the test — speaking at conferences and sharing their presentations online. This week's release supports that use case. Now Pitch has:
Sometimes you have to take a step back and focus on the finer details. That's exactly what we did this week. Open Pitch, and you'll notice:
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then what about GIFs? If you ask us, they're priceless. This week, we've updated Pitch to help you and your team:
This release is about your brand and the things that make it unique. Like fonts. Stunning fonts like Comic Sans and Papyrus. (Okay, maybe not those.) Updates include:
Our early users have something in common: They place a high value on aesthetics. In many cases, that means high-res images in their presentations. This week, we're:
This week we're focusing on the tiny details that come together to make Pitch a better and faster way to make presentations. In particular, we're working on:
What if you could make a killer presentation straight from your keyboard? This week, we're exploring new ways to help you be more productive. Highlights include:
Our first users have played an invaluable role in pressure-testing Pitch and preparing us to onboard users. This week we're sharing a special announcement and a few updates. Here's what's going on:
Beauty isn't everything, of course. But when it comes to software, it's pretty essential. We spent the week doing some touch-ups, and here are the results:
Presentations don't always inspire the most positive feelings. (We're obviously working to correct this.) In particular, people are fed up with formatting. This week, we're making formatting effortless by:
We're continually looking for ways to make Pitch faster and easier to use. In our humble opinions, we accomplished a bit of both this week. What's new?
Many people focus on images and colors to convey emotion, but don't count out fonts! Italicizing, bolding, or spacing a word gives a sentence an entirely new meeting. In this week's update, we're:
No, we're not integrating with AOL for user registration. This week we focused on clearer communication in Pitch. Updates include:
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. And copying links is the easiest form of sharing. In addition to copying, we also made some improvements to editing blocks. Here's what's changing:
We certainly do, which is why we added them to Pitch. We've also improved a few other things we love, like collaboration and editing. Now Pitch:
We want Pitch to be as beautiful as it is useful. That's why we spent some extra time polishing up the Pitch UI for our very first users. Updates include:
You never forget your first release notes. And this update is especially unforgettable. This week we beefed up collaboration in Pitch. Now you can:
Absolutely! While the Pitch application is written mostly with Clojure, we use lots of more widely-known libraries and languages (e.g. React.js) as well. Every engineer who joins without prior knowledge of Clojure can expect extensive mentorship, time, and resources to learn Clojure and our codebase before diving into the deep-end.
Yes, of course. Pitch wants to hire the best and brightest regardless of where they're based geographically. On occasion, teams have a preference for candidates whose working hours overlap with the rest of their team, but there is always flexibility.
No. While we do have an office in Berlin, physical presence there is 100% optional.
Absolutely, feel free to submit a speculative application.
We do our best to get back to all applicants within one week of their applications. That being said, the application review process has lots of moving parts and depends on the availability of our hiring teams, holidays, and other unpredictable factors. We do our best, but appreciate your patience if it takes >1 week to respond to you.
Given the high volume of applications we receive, it's not possible for us to give tailored feedback to candidates who aren't selected for first-stage interviews. If you do progress beyond the first-stage interview, however, we try to give specific, tailored feedback should there not be a fit.
The typical Pitch interview processes consists of the following steps, all of which are conducted remotely.
We process and store all data in accordance with GDPR standards. You can request to have your data deleted at any time after applying and we will action this request within 1-2 days.
The average recruitment process lasts between 4-5 weeks to get through all the stages, although there's some variability depending on availability on both the hiring team and candidate side.
The short answer is 'no'. We practice asynchronous communication.
Yes, one might miss having the office as an anchor, or the occasional water-cooler chat with colleagues. But 100% remote work doesn't have to be disengaged and disconnected! At Pitch, we put a lot of emphasis on connecting (not just about work!) through virtual coffee chats, catch-ups via Zoom (as and when needed)... and Slack shenanigans. Additionally, we are big fans of team offsites, yearly company get togethers, and Weekly Bulletins (our async alternative to All-Hands). We believe remote working empowers you to work autonomously and flexibly on something you believe in, and your colleagues are only a Slack away for a second opinion, cheering up, and various meme shenanigans.