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Google Slides: 3 Chrome extensions for better presentations

Added: 14.06.2017 21:37 | 13 views | 0 comments


has become a popular presentation app for those who want to avoid the complexity and cost of Microsoft’s PowerPoint. It offers everything you need to create and collaborate on professional-looking slides. But like all , its capabilities can be expanded and improved with a few choice Chrome extensions. Here are three you should use with .

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3 Google Slides tricks to engage your audience

Added: 05.06.2017 11:30 | 14 views | 0 comments


Despite its austere appearance, Google Slides has some powerful features that can liven up your presentations and help you keep your audiences riveted. Here are three to start using on your next slide deck.

Use speaker notes


As a rule of thumb, you want to keep text on your slides to a minimum. It can easily take over and clutter up a slide deck, dulling both your presentation itself and your message. Using a graphics on slides is more visually pleasing and keeps people’s focus on the words you’re saying.

Speaker notes allow you to add talking points—viewable only by you—to any slide.

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How to add video to Google Slides for a more powerful presentation

Added: 11.05.2017 11:00 | 17 views | 0 comments


A snoozer slide deck can tank the best presentation no matter how strong your message. By including a short video in your slide deck, you can both clarify key points and spark an emotional response in your audience. Here are three ways to add video to a Google Slide.

YouTube


YouTube’s integration with other Google products makes it possible to find and add a video without leaving your slide deck. Here’s how:
1) Go to the slide to which you want to add a video. Click Insert from the top menu, then scroll down and select Video.
2) In the Insert video window that opens, you’ll see tabs labeled Search, By URL, and Google Drive. By default, the Search tab is active. Type some relevant keywords in the YouTube search window and click the magnifying glass icon.

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