OpenDocument is an open standard for different file types; word processors, spreadsheets, and presentations. The OpenDocument format for presentations uses the file ODP file extension. Any file that you see with the ODP extension will be a presentation file that you can open with any program or application that supports OpenDocument. This standard is not tied to a specific platform or program itself since it is a standard for saving file and not a proprietary format that requires a certain application to create a file in the ODP format. It is an XML based standard that was developed by the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS).
OpenDocument Presentation files enjoy the same wide scale support that OpenDocument does ensuring that presentation files can always be sent, viewed, edited, or created easily. They support international language scripts for Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, Latin, etc. They are smaller in size compared to a PowerPoint or Keynote file and can store images, text, and links.
How do I open an ODP file online?
Upload the ODP file you want to view to Jumpshare and click to open it. The ODP file viewer lets you move between slides using the left and right arrow keys. You can jump to a particular slide number or navigate to the end or start of the slide using the dedicated buttons. ODP presentations can also be viewed in full screen view. The right and left arrow keys let you navigate between slides in the full screen view.