Thanks for contacting the Slide Community Support Team! In light of our recent announcement on the Slide blog (http://www.slide.com/static/blog), we will no longer be creating new features for Slideshows and Guestbooks or fixing existing bugs in these products. Instead, we will enable users to either download their photos or export them to a Picasa account in the coming weeks. Please stay tuned to Slide.com for future updates. If you wish to download your photos now, please follow the steps below.
1. Log into your Slide.com account.
2. Locate the Slideshow containing the images you would like to download.
3. Hover your mouse over the "Options" link to the right of your
4. Click "Download images" link
5. If prompted, select the location for the zip file of images to be
Thanks again for all of your support, and we apologize for any
inconvenience this may cause.
The Community Support Team
I have 82 slide shows with Slide.com. I found the news below by accident, when I went to make a new slide show. No email or warning came from Google, who recently bought Slide.com. Now I have a couple of weeks to transfer things over, but it is not clear if the whole slide show will be transferred, or just the images. Will all of my slide shows be totally deleted? I sure would like some answers, do you guys have any for me? I'm going to try and find out more info, now that I have their email address.
I sure hope that Google won't shut down our blogs some day in the same manner as they are handling their Slide.com closure. I'm just sayin'.
August 25, 2011: We wanted to give you all advance notice that in the coming months, a number of Slide's products and applications will be retired. This includes Slide's products such as Slideshow and SuperPoke! Pets, as well as more recent products such as Photovine, Video Inbox and Pool Party. We created products with the goal of providing a fun way for people to connect, communicate and share. While we are incredibly grateful to our users and for all of the wonderful feedback over the years, many of these products are no longer as active or haven't caught on as we originally hoped.
On a brighter note, Kathy B. over at Spot On Cedar Pond just introduced me to the coolest resource blog ever: Chickens in the Road. Check it out when you get a chance; I know that you will not be disappointed!
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