"With Google Slides, users can create presentations, edit them, and collaborate, wherever they are."
Google Presentations enables anyone with a Google account to create a slideshow, cooperate with others on it, and present it, from anywhere. It is even possible to create a unique URL address, at which public can ask questions to the presenter, in real time.
This tool is a part of Google Drive’s office suite, dwelling completely on the cloud, able to import and export .pptx, .pdf, .txt, .jpg, png, .svg file types, easily share files, and access them offline. It offers a number of intuitive and innovative presentation features and is the ideal choice for people working in teams, so everyone has the latest updated version.
Google Presentations contains numerous themes, fonts, it is possible to add sound, video, animations, and transitions, along with mobile apps for Android and iOS. Each change is automatically being saved, with revision history available, so users can see old versions of the same presentation.
Tell stories that matter.
Get a head start with templates.
Get to your presentations anywhere, anytime.
All your changes are automatically saved as you type.
Works with PowerPoint.
Google Slides supports presenting to Chromecast, Hangouts, and AirPlay.
Create presentations through your browser or download the mobile app.
Share with anyone.
Huge variety of presentation themes, fonts, embedded video, animations, and more.
Access, create, and edit your presentations wherever you go.
Google Slides is most commonly used in tandem with other G Suite apps.
This service is used for creating and presenting slideshows, and collaborate with others on them.
Support: Phone, Email, Online, Help Center, Learning Center, Community.
Yes, one of main features of this service is a team collaboration.
Yes, Google Slides offers an API.
It integrates with G Suite, Zapier, MailChimp, Atlassian Marketplace, Formstack, SurveyGizmo, Wrike, Lucidchart, Salesforce, JotForm, Box, Online Form Builder, ScheduleOnce, BetterWorks, Wufoo, Zoho, etc.
This is a web-based service.
Users of Google Slides are individuals, companies, and non-profits.