More and more people start to use Google Slides. The basic features are well-known to everyone. However, if you want to make real professional presentations we should develop your skills and we are going to help you. There are some new features which you might do not know. Once you start to use these new features you will fall in love Google Slides app and it will become your favorite application. Especially this app is very practical for teachers and it can transform the way of both teaching and learning.
Nowadays it is possible to deliver professional presentations in a remote way. This is a great advantage for all of us and for small businesses particularly. Google has a wonderful tool which allows people to share their presentations (created in Google Slides) via Google Hangouts. When your presentation is shared like this, people from different parts of the world will be able to view your slides in real time from any part of the world.
Sometimes an unpleasant incident may happen to your presentations. They can be ruined completely and out task is to help you save your presentation and life. Google Slides has an option “Revision History” which is quite simple but at the same time a bit time consuming. Using the feature “Revision History” you can maintain and fix most answers of your colleagues or students. This option will allow you to copy + paste correct data from different time periods of restoration. There is nothing difficult in this procedure but you can also prevent the overall situation and never let it happen again. You will have to use the app Google Slides in order to make worksheets.
This is a great idea to publish your presentation created in Google Slides app into your personal blog or website. In this tutorial you will learn the easiest way to embed Google Slides into website/blogs.
As you may know Google Doc has a very helpful and informative forum. Recently a user asked a question whether it was possible to insert charts directly from Google Forms into Presentations created in Google Slides application. In fact, this is a very good question and if you look at the following instructions, you will find these directions very beneficial. You and your students are going to learn how to add extra data to Google Slides presentations and in such a way getting even more engaged with every member of the target audience.