This past September Google has updated their G Suite cloud services apps. Among those receiving an update is Google Slides, their slideshow presentation program that gives users a way to create captivating web presentations. Here are just a few way the new Google Slides features create better business presentations.
The “linked” slide feature lets you keep Google Slides content current across many presentations. Copy a slide from one presentation, then paste it into another. When you do, a prompt displays with the option to create a “linked” slide, which is a slide you can update whenever the original slide changes. This saves a company time and energy for having to go back to old slides and update any changes they may have done. This way, everything is connected in a convenient and effective way.
Google Keep + Slides
Google Keep is Google’s advanced note taking app that lets you take quick notes and reminders in a fast and efficient way. You can use Google Keep on your phone, tablet, or browser at any time. Keep can then connect to Google Slides on your browser, so you can then copy and paste any notes that you may have onto your Slides presentation. This is a way to have your quick thoughts and ideas saved onto your presentation without the hassle of having to remind or rewrite them out yourself.
Users, G Suite administrators, and developers all benefit from Add-ons, which are now available in Slides, as well as Google Docs and Sheets. Add-ons gives the advantage of gaining access to several stock image sources for free un-copyrighted photos to add to your presentation. G Suite administrators benefit because they can “deploy third-party add-ons to an entire domain,” says Tech Republic.
These are just some of the many things that a business can do to make their presentation more, I guess you can say, presentable. Google offers a variety of different apps that all intertwine together like Mail, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Calendar, Groups, and Sites all available through G Suite. We at Iron Cove Solutions are experts when it comes to cloud deployments and how your business can benefit by moving to G Suite. Contact us today!