How many times do you work on a presentation that you will get absolutely no feedback on and want no help?
Maybe you’re the type that likes to whip something up and have no practice or feedback at all? Most of us are the former. Before we stand in front of a group of people, we want to make sure we’re as polished as possible.
The problem is PowerPoint wasn’t built like that. It was built as a desktop program that one person would use at a time.
Google realized the problem and seized the opportunity when they launched Google Slides over ten years ago.
Google Slides is a cloud-based presentation editor that can replace PowerPoint or Keynote.
If you’d like to get the most out of the software, then let’s get started!
Note: This book is the Google Slides portion of the larger work: The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Google Apps (G Suite). This book is not endorsed by Alphabet, Inc.