More Options for Copying Presentations in Google Slides
Google slides has brought some new exciting updates which will surely make people more friendly to use it with ease.
What is Google Slides?
Google Slides is nothing but a presentation application of G Suite which is offered by Google as part of a free, web-based software app office suite within Google Drive. The service also includes Google Docs and Google Sheets. Google Slides is not only available as a web application, but also as a mobile app for Android, iOS, Windows, BlackBerry, and also as a desktop application on Google's ChromeOS. The application is compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint file formats as well.
Slides allow users to create and edit presentations online while working jointly on a project in real-time. Users can track the edits or changes to the presentation with a revision history. New features have come up including Explore, which suggests layouts and images for presentations and Action items allowing users to assign tasks to other users.
New feature added in Google Slides
Recently Google has added a new feature in Google slides where you will get more options for copying presentations. So let’s check it out.
When you will be creating a copy of an existing Google Slides presentation, you'll now also be able to accomplish the following:
You can select specific slides to copy instead of the whole thing.
You can also remove the speaker notes from the copy.
This feature makes it easier to break into parts and share the most relevant content with your team, audience or other people.
If you want to remove speaker notes from a full deck copy, then click on File, then go to Make a copy and then click Remove all speaker notes.
If you want to copy only certain slides, then go to File, then click on Make a Copy and then click on Selected Slides. There you will also get the option to remove all the speaker notes from the selected slides.
This feature will be available to all the G Suite customers by default.