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Marvel for Keynote – Made with the Marvel API

Transform presentations into interactive prototypes

Introducing Marvel for Keynote, an integration built with the new Marvel API.

This simple Mac app gives you a quick way to upload Keynote files to Marvel in just a couple of clicks. Slides are instantly converted into images in your Marvel projects, ready to be turned into prototypes or shared with your team for feedback.

Here’s a few ways to use this integration:

This open-source integration was built with the Marvel API, a powerful way to access the core functionality of the Marvel Platform and build the tools, apps and integrations you need to scale design faster than ever. To find out more and grab the code, check out the GitHub repo.

Here’s how to get started:

Interested in building something with the Marvel API? Read more about it here or jump straight into the guidelines.

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