Presenting2:42 with Megan Amendola
Presenting your Google Slides presentation.
Hi again, let's talk about presenting. 0:00 First, let's look at the options for slide transitions. 0:04 This is the time to start thinking about how you want to move from one slide 0:08 to another. 0:12 Click on Slide, then Change transition to see what transitions are available. 0:13 Choose transitions that make sense for 0:21 your audience and improve the overall presentation. 0:23 Take a minute to play with the transitions and see if any stand out to you. 0:27 Next, below each slide is an area to write notes. 0:34 This is a great place to put a script or more detailed information, so 0:38 that your slides stay nice and neat. 0:42 And you can see these notes when presenting. 0:45 Now, let's look at the presenting options, clicking on Present in the upper right 0:49 hand corner will bring up the presentation starting with your current slide. 0:53 To move between slides, use the arrow keys on your keyboard, 1:00 Or simply click on the slide. 1:09 If you click on the drop down next to the present button, 1:14 you will find the presenter's view. 1:18 This opens your presentation for the audience and a version for yourself. 1:21 This will show you any notes you have created. 1:27 The previous and next slides, and 1:33 also gives you a timer in case you need to stick to a schedule. 1:36 There's also the Q&A function found under Audience Tools. 1:42 This will give the audience the ability to go to a site on a computer or 1:47 mobile device to submit questions to you. 1:51 You can show questions to the audience by clicking Present, 1:56 And then stop by clicking Hide. 2:05 The audience has the ability to thumbs up or down a question. 2:14 This way, you know which questions are important. 2:18 To end the Q&A, 2:22 you can click on the toggle button at the top of your Presenter view. 2:23 You now have the basics of using Google Slides to make an excellent presentation. 2:31 Awesome. 2:36 I can't wait to see what you make. 2:38 Have fun. 2:40
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