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What does it do?

  • Presentation Creation
  • Collaboration
  • Sharing and Permissions
  • Integration with Google Workspace
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How is it used?

  • Data to Insights/Analytics
  • Document/Presentation to Document/Presentation

Details & Features

  • Made By

    Google
  • Released On

    2010-06-14

Google Slides is a web-based presentation application that enables users to create, edit, collaborate on, and share presentations. It is part of the Google Workspace suite of productivity tools.

Key features:
• Create presentations from scratch or using pre-designed templates
• Add, edit and format text, images, videos and other multimedia elements
• Real-time collaboration with live editing, comments and action items
• Share presentations and control viewing, editing and commenting permissions
• Access, create and edit presentations offline
• Seamless integration with other Google Workspace apps like Drive, Sheets and Docs
• Record and share presentations for later viewing
• Secure collaboration and sharing with default data encryption
• Mobile apps for Android and iOS to create, edit and present on the go

How it works:
1. Access Google Slides through the web app at slides.google.com or the mobile apps
2. Create a new presentation by clicking "New" on the Slides home screen
3. Add, edit and format content within the presentation
4. Invite others to collaborate with real-time updates and commenting
5. Present directly from the web or mobile app

Integrations:
• Google Workspace apps: Drive, Sheets, Docs
• Import and convert Microsoft PowerPoint presentations
• Import and convert Canva presentations
• Integrate with external services via APIs and add-ons

Use of AI:
Google Slides leverages Google's proprietary AI models and machine learning algorithms to provide smart formatting and design suggestions.

AI foundation model:
Google uses its own proprietary AI models to power Google Slides' features.

How to access:
Google Slides is available as a web app, mobile apps for Android and iOS, and via API. It is suitable for business professionals, educators, students, marketers and other users who need to create and collaborate on presentations.

  • Supported ecosystems
    Google, Android, iOS, Apple, Apple, iOS, Android, Google
  • What does it do?
    Presentation Creation, Collaboration, Sharing and Permissions, Integration with Google Workspace, Presentation Recording
  • Who is it good for?
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