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What is Google Slides?

"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.


Google Slides scored 97/100 (No. 1 in Presentations) in the Presentations category. This is based on user satisfaction (97/100), press buzz (82/100), recent user trends (rising), and other relevant information on Google Slides gathered from around the web.

The score for this service has declined over the past month. What is this?

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Google Slides Product Overview

  • 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.


Languages: English, Afrikaans, Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, German, Greek, Estonian, Finnish, French, Irish, Hebrew, Croatian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Japanese, Italian, Korean, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Serbian, Ukrainian, Turkish, Thai, Spanish, Slovenian, Chinese

Google Slides Features

  • 2-Factor Authentication
  • API
  • Batch Permissions & Access
  • Calendar Management
  • Chat
  • Contact Management
  • Contact Sharing
  • Data Export
  • Data Import
  • Data Visualization
  • Document Comparison
  • Email Integration
  • External Integrations
  • Gantt Charts
  • Google Apps Integration
  • History/Version Control
  • Multi-User
  • Notifications
  • Project Management
  • Scheduling
  • Task Scheduling/Tracking

Google Slides FAQs

What are some applications Google Slides is commonly used in tandem with?

Google Slides is most commonly used in tandem with other G Suite apps.

What is Google Slides generally used for?

This service is used for creating and presenting slideshows, and collaborate with others on them.

Does Google Slides offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?

Support: Phone, Email, Online, Help Center, Learning Center, Community.

Does Google Slides offer multi-user capability (e.g. teams)?

Yes, one of main features of this service is a team collaboration.

Does Google Slides offer an API?

Yes, Google Slides offers an API.

Does Google Slides integrate with any other apps?

It integrates with G Suite, Zapier, MailChimp, Atlassian Marketplace, Formstack, SurveyGizmo, Wrike, Lucidchart, Salesforce, JotForm, Box, Online Form Builder, ScheduleOnce, BetterWorks, Wufoo, Zoho, etc.

What platforms does Google Slides support?

This is a web-based service.

Who are the main user groups of Google Slides?

Users of Google Slides are individuals, companies, and non-profits.

Google Slides User Reviews

Average User Rating:
4.87/5 based on 2484 user ratings.
Your Rating:
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An easy way to make presentations

// Analista at Consejo Federal de Gobierno

What do you like about Google Slides?

Google Slide allows you to make presentations for your work, business, university, etc., where you show detailed information, and ordered, about a topic. I like that you have many options to build the presentation, you can edit it and share it. Everything is saved automatically. You can edit a presentation among several people and you will know who edits it, at what time it was made, and on what date. It is an excellent program.

What do you dislike about Google Slides?

What I do not like is that, once the presentation is finished, if it is downloaded, this is sometimes not compatible with other programs, or data and information are lost when the information stored with Google Slide, opens with another program.

What have you been using it for and what problems did Google Slides solve?

I use it to make presentations of the work, musical presentations or simply to enter some task of the university


Usefulness
5/5
Ease of use
5/5
Value for money
5/5
Customer service
5/5
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Google Slides beats the rest

// Graphic Designer at Anthony Garcia

What do you like about Google Slides?

The main thing I like about Google slides is that it's cloud-based and platform independent. I always hated Powerpoint — clunky, and confusing, and everything came out looking ugly. So I tried using Keynote. Keynote looked great and the user experience was way better, but I always needed to present on some other computer, and that computer was usually a PC, so it wouldn't work. Then came Google Slides. I could make well-designed slides quickly and easily and then as long as the presenting computer was connected to the internet (which they all are these days) I was in!

What do you dislike about Google Slides?

There is very little that I don't like about Google Slides, bet every now and then I come across some editing hassle. Something that it takes a few extra clicks to accomplish. But even for most of those, I've found that there was a keyboard shortcut I could use that would help.

What have you been using it for and what problems did Google Slides solve?

I use Google Slides mostly for teaching. The slides accompany my lectures and I also use them as a reference guide that I send to the students so they can refer back to what we learned. I like that you can share files in a variety of ways — I can either share the slide deck, or I can save it as a pdf and send it via email. Whatever works best for each situation.


Usefulness
5/5
Ease of use
5/5
Value for money
5/5
Customer service
5/5
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It is completely free and offers excellent functionality

// Manager at Red Bull Distribution Company

What do you like about Google Slides?

The most useful part is that Google Slides has been having multiple people work on presentations at the same time. Excellent offline capability, I can edit slides even when I do not have access to the Internet. Excellent integration with other Google services. Good work of importing different formats. Also, you do not need to think about backups, all presentations are stored in the cloud.

What do you dislike about Google Slides?

I would like to have more standard templates. A simple interface, but it was difficult for me to switch after PowerPoint. It also has some problems with formatting after importing.

What have you been using it for and what problems did Google Slides solve?

Basically, we use it for teamwork on presentations. Our team has developed a single template design and now we easily make professional presentations and spend less time on them.


Usefulness
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Ease of use
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Value for money
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Customer service
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