Want to share your awesome Google Slides presentation with the world? By publishing it to the web, you can.
If you want to add extra notes that only you can see during a presentation, try using the speaker notes section in Google Slides.
2016 was an exciting year for G Suite. Whether it was improving existing features with machine intelligence or rolling out new products entirely, there were lots of updates that are helping us work faster and more efficiently now. Here’s a roundup of our favorite updates from 2016.
Are you a Google Slides master? If you’re not there yet, have no fear. Once you take advantage of these useful features, tricks, and shortcuts, you’ll be a Slides expert in no time.
If you use Trello and need simple presentations pulled together in an instant, we have some good news: Trello and Google Slides have a new API integration. You can now turn any existing Trello board or set of cards into a Slides presentation–all with just one click.
To take your Google Slides presentation to the next level, you can add flowcharts, diagrams, and mockups to illustrate your point. Thanks to a new Slides API integration, you can export professional-looking charts right from Lucidchart into Google Slides.
Google has recently added machine intelligence to the “Explore” function within Google Sheets, Docs, and Slides. And yeah… they’re pretty brilliant now.
If you’ve ever given a presentation in Google Slides and wished you had a laser pointer to highlight key points, you’re in luck: You can use your mouse as one. Here’s how to do it, along with two more useful tips that’ll make Slides even better and easier to use.
Instead of droning on in your next presentation, liven it up by making it interactive and collaborative. With the Q&A feature in Slides, your audience can submit questions and vote on them during your presentation. Here’s how to use this feature.
If you want to take your Google Slides presentation from “good” to “awesome,” you can turn to these helpful multimedia tricks. Here are a few great ways to spice up your Google Slides with photos and music.