It’s one thing to create an effective Google Slides presentation. It’s another thing to present the slideshow you created.
You’re ready to create a professional Google slideshow, and you do know the basic steps. But you need some help with a few techniques. Or, you’ve created Google presentations before, but you need a refresher.
Google Slides is a great tool for creating a professional presentation. Even if you feel comfortable with the basics of how to use Google Slides, you may not realize everything it can do.
Timelines are useful for project teams or just for informational purposes. A timeline provides an effective visual representation of past or planned events.
Presentation animation is a great way to add professional polish to your Google Slides presentation. You can use animations and transitions between slides to help your presentation flow seamlessly. You can even define how long transitions should last.
When you give a Google Slides presentation, you want to make sure that your audience is really engaged. Adding video to Google Slides is a great way to capture your audience’s attention and make your presentation more interesting.
Music can provide just the right element of interest to your Google Slides presentation. Most people relate well to music, and the right track can help your presentation to be more memorable.
You have to add text and bullet points to Google Slides to add your content. But if you’ve never worked with Google Slides before (or if it’s been a long time since you did), maybe you’re not quite sure what to do.
Do you need a specialized Google Slide layout for your presentation? Maybe you need to add a logo to a title page layout? Maybe you want to change the default font or colors for certain slide layouts. Or maybe you want to format your text into columns.
Have you ever worked hard on a presentation, only to feel that it falls short of your expectations? It may not be your fault.
You created a Google Slides presentation, but now you need to share it with someone who uses Microsoft PowerPoint and doesn’t have a Google account. Fortunately, Google Slides includes an excellent conversion feature that makes it easy to convert from Google Slides to PowerPoint and several other popular formats.