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Google Slides

Cloud-based application for creating custom presentations

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It is available on multiple pricing plans, as mentioned below:
For Personal - Free
Business Starter - $6/user/month
Business Standard - $12/user/month
Business Plus - $18/user/month
Enterprise - Contact Google for details.

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Google Slides is an excellent alternative to Microsoft PowerPoint, at a really good price (free!). I highly recommend it if you don't have PowerPoint, or if you need to collaborate on a presentation.
Easy to use , convenient, good price. Great opportunity to learn more.

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Slides on the go, wherever you need them

Reviewed a year ago

It is a product we got through our Google Apps for Work suite and solved our problems with quick company presentations. Moreover, it is very good for collaboration, as well as presenting during Covid-19 pandemic over teleconferencing tools. This event was a very good catalyzer of Google Slides utilization.

Pros

Presentations are always tricky. Whenever you change a computer, version of the presentation software, you risk that the presentation is not going to look a like as you designed it in the first place. The idea of having this service as a cloud service makes it very handy because of two main reasons: - you bring all your presentations with you, inside your Google Drive - your presentations are going to run the same way they do on your own, or any other PC.

Cons

It does not have as much as dynamic features as other software solutions with this purpose do have. It is meant to run on the web, and the price of that is that it will not be as pretty and dynamic as you can do on Keynote or Power Point.

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Google Slides just as good as Powerpoint for certain needs

Reviewed 2 years ago

Google Slides is a very easy (free) alternative to PowerPoint in a pinch. I was unemployed when I was asked to design projections for a show and had to rely on my personal computer. In the past I would have a day job at a theatre company or other media company and work theatre gigs in the evening. If I was asked to work on a project that involved using certain software such as PowerPoint, Photoshop,...

Pros

Very intuitive and easy to use. You drag and drop slides on the column on the left-hand side of the screen and if you want to edit a specific slide you click on it. Very similar in format to PowerPoint. It feels easier and less intimidating.

Cons

Since it's a Google product you mainly access it online through a browser although you can present and edit offline, there are limitations. If you do any edits offline it doesn't automatically save until you have internet connection again. This does not help if I am working at a theatre venue with spotty or no wifi connection. It seems that there is a way to enable offline editing, but it's just an extra step and I'm not sure how well it syncs with what you already have edited when you were online (does it override it?). I haven't tested that option. Whereas you never have to worry about that with PowerPoint since it's an offline file to begin with. Google Slides being browser-based can make it stressful.

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Google Slides: Quick and Easy Meeting Solutions

Reviewed 2 years ago

Overall, our business has had a positive experience with Google Slides. We have been able to effectively use it to create, send, and edit presentations for our business meetings. This has also saved plenty of time by negating the necessity to meet in person or over a conference call to discuss the presentation itself. I see no harm in using this as a primary presentation option moving forward as it has become very mainstream and used by many. With as user-friendly as it is, I see no other direction than up for this product.

Pros

We value portability and collaboration in the software that we choose for our business and Google Slides is the epitome of these things. In using this product, we are able to have all of our team members review and edit presentations which makes presentations easier to prepare. Especially because we all are often unable to coordinate our schedules to be together at the same time, we find specific value...

Cons

Quite honestly, there are very few weak points about this software. However, integrating PowerPoint presentations that are saved as a .ppt file on a computer may have different formatting and may not transfer easily into the Google Slides format. This lack of interoperability is one of a small few weak areas in the software. For example, if you are choosing to edit an old presentation or perhaps one sent from someone who saved it as a .ppt, you might have difficulty or limitations when it comes to importing this to Google Drive.

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A Fantastic Platform for Team and Work-From-Home Oriented Organization

Reviewed 2 years ago

Overall, my experience using Google Slides has been incredible. This is a software that is used daily throughout my team, and the fact that it is offered for free makes the platform so much more valuable. Google Slides allows teams to optimize productivity and efficiency while working on presentations, which yields strong dividends in terms of saving time. This allows teams to focus on what really matters, and it gives them the opportunity to make quick, real-time changes in a collaborative fashion, thus cutting out the unnecessary time that it would take to send updated versions of the presentation back and forth within the team. This software can provide tangible and measurable value to any team or individual.

Pros

The most unique and valuable feature offered by Google Slides is its collaborative nature. By default, this free software can be used by an individual or a whole team, further promoting remote work and connecting teams across geographical barriers. As remote works continues to be a preferred method of collaboration across our office and many companies around the world, it is crucial to have a software...

Cons

Overall, the platform has provided our team with almost every necessary feature imaginable, and more. However, there are small details that sometimes cause us to have to utilize a different software when creating a presentation. For instance, for more advanced users who may want to embed a video that is not available on Youtube, Google Slides does not offer many solutions. The only option is is to...

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Google Slides... It Can Do THAT?!?

Reviewed 3 years ago

I use Google Slides many times throughout the day and find it a comfortable, affordable alternative to PPT and other similar products.

Pros

Google Slides, at its core, is a presentation software that is part of the Google Suite of Apps. It is comparable in many features and functions to Microsoft PowerPoint. What I love about Google Slides, though, is that it can be used for much more than making, yet another, slide presentation. In my classes (K-6), we learn how Google Slides is great for many non-slide presentation work, including stop motion animation, flyers (from 1-page up to door-sized posters), flash cards, drawing (in many ways able to replace Google Drawings), e-storytelling, and much more.

Cons

In comparison to MS PPT, I would like to see more graphic editing capabilities. In PPT, for example, you can remove the background from a photo... not yet doable within Google Slides.

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Now preferred over Keynote & Powerpoint

Reviewed 3 years ago

Overall, slides deserves great reviews coming from Powerpoint/Keynote. In an environment where presentations are built through collaborative teams daily, it's light, intuitive solution provides a ton of value. Even as a data heavy organization, the challenges of numerical data and visualizations are not disruptive enough to reconsider previous presentation software.

Pros

Coming from hybrid Powerpoint/Keynote environment, we've found the following pros: The collaboration/commenting/tagging feature is more intuitive and easier to access. The biggest concern we had in adopting Slides was its ability to deliver offline. We've been pleasantly surprised that functionality is largely maintained when offline and syncs smoothly when back on the web. Embedding web hosted assets such as YouTube videos, audio files and even large image files are easier to leverage as well as has much less impact on file size.

Cons

The largest challenge faced with Slides thus far has been the integration/ability to leverage Sheets in presentations. Previously, many of the capabilities of Excel such as formula management, chart/graph visualizations has been keys to presentations. That capability isn't there in Slides in to ways: 1) Sheets is still missing some feature parity with Excel. 2) Once you paste or embed a chart or graph in Slides from Sheets, both the data and the labels are difficult to manage.

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Easy, intuitive, and useful

Reviewed 3 years ago

Google Slides is incredibly easy to use and makes setting up a slideshow intuitive. I have had colleagues varying in age from 18 to well over 70 using Slides effectively. Many of our students also use the program for their in-class presentations, as it is more affordable than some of the other programs out there and is included for free with GMail accounts.

Pros

Slides possesses all of the things you would expect from a presentation application: there are transitions, sound effects, plenty of professional themes, templates, and easy controls to add images, photographs, or other media. Best of all, Google's standard Slides web program with GMail can be accessed anywhere and is free. Sharing is as simple as clicking "Share" and including any necessary e-mail addresses. Using a theme, I am able to pre-design all of my slides and simply fill in the necessary information. I have been able to use Slides as both a presenting software as well as a means through which to create information presentations to share information with my colleagues.

Cons

Using Slides does require GMail, and this may be restrictive for some users, but GMail is amongst the most popular and well-respected e-mail providers out there. In addition, Google Slides may not have the extensive transitions of other programs, but this is not missed, in my experience.

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Collaborative Presentation for the People

Reviewed 3 years ago

My overall experience has been nothing but mostly positive. Please implement version control in the future though!

Pros

As with most of Google products, I love that it's collaborative and the price-point is right (free). Where I was prepping for school presentations, work presentations or making a process doc Google slides has never failed me. It's also used at most big companies, startups, and advertising agencies alike.

Cons

The only caveat with Google products is always the question of privacy and version control. The main question is, "how do I know that this is safer than non-cloud presentation software". There's always a risk when using any cloud-based software, but it's a valid question to ask yourself.

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Perfect for creating simple power point presentations- No learning curve!

Reviewed 3 years ago

I used Google Slides to create the pitch deck for my start up company. At first, I looked into paying to use a fancy slide site since they had pitch deck templates that looked AMAZING and would've made the process extraordinarily easy. However, they all seemed too expensive since I would really just be using it for this one thing. So I looked at Google Slides and decided to go with it instead. I am...

Pros

-No learning curve -Good variety of templates -Easily customizable -Saves automatically -Access from anywhere -Great mobile app

Cons

-Couldn't figure out how to change the main color on a couple of the templates -No duplicate function for text boxes

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Industry standard for collaborative presentations

Reviewed 2 years ago

Great product, the leading solution for any kind of presentation - business, personal, shared or private.

Pros

1. Everybody uses it - there's 0 learning curve for creating, sharing and collaborating on your presentation deck. 2. Very fast - despite it being in the cloud, it takes shorter to load than to start a Microsoft Powerpoint. 3. Collaboration is taken to extreme, especially after the updates to comments being attached to specific words inside blocks (as opposed to the whole block as it was before). The ability to share with the whole org, or just limited people, or everybody is fantastic. 4. Version control - very easy to track down the changes, who and when made them, etc. 5. Can't beat the price - free forever.

Cons

1. There's still some minor issues with drawing objects - not 100% compatibility with other Google products. 2. Some very advanced features are not as polished as those in MS PPT, and probably will never be, which is probably a plus - this is what makes it so fast and easy, but advanced users who need complex animations (e.g. for an object to follow a specific path, etc) will need to look for alternatives. 3. Applying slide themes or templates is a bit cumbersome, could probably be simplified a bit.

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Great Presentation program on a budget

Reviewed a year ago

Google Slides is a great program for developing simple and entertaining or informative presentations that really shines in presentation mode which allows for enhanced audience engagements.

Pros

This program is very easy to use and similar in functionality and layout of many of the more expensive presentation programs. My favorite feature is the presenter mode which is very intuitive and has some great features like closed caption, pointer mode, speaker notes, a timer, and audience notes which helps with audience engagement.

Cons

The only drawback is the number of available themes and the transitions. Although there's a large selection of free themes there's just not the same quantity of themes as in an enterprise program. The transitions are a little clunky at times as well and don't give you the flexibility as some of the other presentation programs.

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Distance Learning Isn’t Easy, This Helps

Reviewed 2 years ago

Google slides helped this teacher during a very unfamiliar and uncertain time help me to educate my students the best I could. Google slides has many tools that go beyond just a presentation software that once you understand how to use them, you can use it to the full extent.

Pros

When our school closed due to the recent health crisis, I was scrambling for software to at least help lessen the panic. Google slides was something I was able to utilize and with the popularity of google software my students and parents were able to access and use my slides with ease. I use google slides for presentations, progress monitoring, and most recently I have explored beyond just making slides by creating activities for my classroom Seesaw account using google slides. It also was a great way to create a document using software that my parents and students would have access to without purchasing an expensive software program.

Cons

I do not have many complaints for google slides. I would recommend finding tutorial videos and guides to learn about all the tools and how to utilize google slides to the max potential.

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The best free presentation SaaS offering

Reviewed 3 years ago

Great tool for basic presentation creation and editing.

Pros

Integration with GDrive and ease of use. Google Slides provides all the necessary features for building rich presentations, all through a web interface. I'd used SlideRocket in the past but Google Slides is much easier to use and performance is better. Initially it took some time to adapt from using PowerPoint as Slides does not have the full breadth of PowerPoint features. However over time I grew more comfortable with the subset of features and the convenience factor took over. Basic alignment tools are there and Slides works well for general purpose slides. The offline capabilities are important as well, since occasionally you won't have access to the internet. Finally the pricing is great, free for use.

Cons

Most of the fonts I use in Google Slides are not standard PowerPoint fonts. When I save a Google Slides and open it using my desktop PowerPoint app, it results in font conversion which is an eyesore. I also miss some basic PowerPoint features such as presenter modes and the ability to create complex animated slides. If you are looking to import and convert other slide formats (i.e. pptx), Slides does its best but it usually won't convert over cleanly.

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Great for Customized Slideshows

Reviewed 2 years ago

The program is very easy to use with a lot of customization. If you are familiar with PowerPoint, you will find this program comparable - and the right price!

Pros

I use this program to run different slideshows in our office where patients sit while waiting for care. They see pictures, messages, announcements and other fun things to help convey the messaging of our office. Since its web-based, it can be used anywhere, and edited on the fly. The drop and drag interface is great. It is very easy to use.

Cons

I have not found anything that I do not like about this program. I am not a power-user of it, but it suits our needs.

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Google Slides - the best collaborative presentation application

Reviewed 4 years ago

All in all, Google Slides files the student's gap of a collaborative application for presentations. It's very easy to work together with colleagues on very good-looking and possibly even more complex presentations. It might not have the feature set of some expensive and more hard to use programs, but for me, that's not a big deal.

Pros

As I student, I have to do lots of presentations - and most of the times, I have to work together with classmates. Compared to other competitors, collaborate working is definitely one of the strengths of Google Slides. Microsoft Powerpoint, for example, offers this feature, but it's nowhere near the performance and feature-set of Google Slides. As a Google product, Google Slides is always gorgeously...

Cons

The feature-set of Google Slides is nothing special, you might miss some more complex scientifical features like 3D diagrams or transitions and templates. The fact that Google Slides is a web-application is for me a bonus, but friends told me, they would have prefered a standard Windows program - but that criticism is not that important.

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Simple and straightforward presentations

Reviewed a year ago

I appreciate Google Slides for providing a more collaborative alternative to Microsoft PowerPoint. It doesn't have as nice of features as PowerPoint, in my opinion, but it has 90% of the features at no cost to the user and is pretty intuitive. I prefer it over PowerPoint for most use cases.

Pros

The best compliment I can give Slides is that my coworkers now insist on using Slides for all kinds of internal projects where a regular document would work just as nicely. It makes it easier to use color, design, and photos.

Cons

I dislike the issues when converting a PowerPoint to Slides; Slides came second, so they could have worked harder to make it compatible. It could be easier to track suggested changes like is possible in Google Docs. I wish that it were easier to have templates where the photos could be featured as placeholders and easily replaced, rather than need to be deleted and have new ones added.

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Worth the time to use this product

Reviewed 2 years ago

I found this to be an amazing program and great for beginners to more advanced users. Like other Google program files, I can access them anywhere via OneDrive. They interface well and I can grant access to offer other people limited or full access to programs. Very impressive from a program without cost.

Pros

This allows you to not only make your slide shows and create visually appealing presentations, but you can do Google searches from within the program to allow you to import images for backgrounds or slides. It is simple to use for basic level learners but has enough bells and whistles for those needing more from the program. A great all around free choice that interfaces well with other Google products.

Cons

Unlike Google Docs, this program does take a little longer to get familiar with more of its features but it is worth the time spent. Still, it is super user friendly and I found I needed no outside direction for learning it. Everything about the process was easy to backtrack if I wanted to play around and see what it could do.

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Create and show anywhere you want

Reviewed 2 years ago
Pros

It almost has all features most people learned with Powerpoint, but now included in the Google Suite. Free for consumers and a small price for companies. Can be shared with anyone out there and be viewed on all devices, Google, Apple, Microsoft.

Cons

Maybe the fat Microsoft clients has more features, but I didn't miss anything in the years I am using it.

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Ability to open, view, and edit slides anywhere!

Reviewed 3 years ago

There is really nothing not to love about this, from the ease of sharing and collaborating in real time on projects to being able to see edits that people have made and to be able to access/present slides without ever having to install powerpoint. This really has been an excellent application both in the sense of convenience as well as value, since you can literally send the edit link to any user and they can open google slides from their browser.

Pros

Being able to access slideshow presentations on-the-go is a must! In addition to being able to collaborate on group slides using the google integration, it also offers the ability to track changes people have made for easy version control, as well as being able to chat to collaborate on projects in real time from wherever. It doesn't require microsoft office to be installed, and you can create/edit slideshows from anywhere, even your mobile device. It even allows you to play your slideshow directly from the Google Slides interface, meaning that if you are on a device for which powerpoint is not installed, this is a real lifesaver. The UI is very intuitive, and this being a google product, the tutorials and walkthroughs, as well as the community for help, is superb.

Cons

The only downside that I found on this is that for slides that are very graphics heavy, Google slides becomes really slow to use. The animations menu is also rather clunky and doesn't offer as many options as regular powerpoint, but overall this is an amazing product to have on every device!

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No brainer for GSuite users

Reviewed 2 years ago

A very clean and simple experience provides all users with enough functionality to maintain their workflows. GSuite integration for SMEs removes a lot of headaches for documentation softwares. Overall a great experience given the integrations and price point.

Pros

• Automatic Integration GSuite and GMail are automatically integrated with Google Slides and provides a very seamless experience. • Simple UX GSuite products provide a seamless and simple experience to the users giving non-tech savvy users enough flexibility to use the product without having issues. • Compatibility with MS Office Google Slides maintains high compatibility with PowerPoint files.

Cons

• Offline Usage Offline usage is still complicated to setup via extensions. • Missing features Although compatible with PowerPoint it still have advanced features missing. • Account Tied Google Slides is tightly integrated with Google Account, usage without Google Account is very complicated.

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Google Slides- Powerpoint Who?

Reviewed 3 years ago

I use this with my classes on a daily basis and couldn't live without it.

Pros

This software is so easy to use, and is every bit of Powerpoint, at a FREE price tag. Not to mention the fact that it is cloud based and can be edited and accessed from anywhere in the world!! What's not to love?

Cons

Only downside I'd have (which isn't really one as you can custom your own) would be a small selection of preset themes. I really like Google's themes, but since I utilize this daily in my school, without creating my own, they would become stale to the kids and parent groups who see them regularly.

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Why I love Google Slides

Reviewed 3 years ago

Google slide is my number platform for slides projects. I was introduced to it by a friend who is now a GDE Cloud and ever since then, I found it really useful in carrying out my work including pitching at Google Dev Fest and other events. I would rate Google slides 5 stars repeatedly and never feel a pinch cause it's worth the hype. l love it. Thanks to google.

Pros

Google slide is an amazing tool for me due to its simplicity and flexibility.plus, the fact that it's not an enterprise softare makes it cheaper for a student like me to rely o it for my projects

Cons

There isn't much I can say, most times I encounter issues with my network while using it maybe because it's not too lightweight or i just need better internet connectivity.

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Google Slides, the way to go.

Reviewed 2 years ago

I have used Google Slides to make various presentations. These presentations were used in house as well as sent to clients.

Pros

Very easy to use and easy for beginners to understand. Can be used with Microsoft PowerPoint which is good when sharing slides with those who do not use G-suite. The cost for companies are a total joy. Much less than Office.

Cons

I had no issues with this product. If you can use PowerPoint then this is a breeze. No complaints or questions from new users after implementation of this software.

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Makes collaboration easy

Reviewed 3 years ago

Overall, Slide has all of the functions you need to put together a clean-looking and shareable presentation. The cloud service is very reliable and extremely helpful for collaborating with a remote team.

Pros

Google Slides is not as sophisticated as its Microsoft Office equivalent, but many people don't really use PowerPoint's full feature set anyway. Major pros of Slides include: *automatic saving to the cloud, access anywhere *simple sharing/collaboration with real-time updates *simple customizable themes *custom slide sizes *simple but powerful flowchart drawing tools *guides and rulers, plus quick positioning of objects using the format tools *you can create master slides *import and edit PowerPoint *download as PPT or PDF *ability to embed Youtube videos or videos you've uploaded to Google Drive *Slides presentations can be embedded into Google Sites so that you can navigate them without clicking away from a page

Cons

Collaborating with others on presentations can be challenging in that many people do not know best practices for creating slide presentations in general. The available themes are clean and can save you a lot of time, but sometimes the fonts aren't large enough for effective presentation on a screen. It can be very helpful to demonstrate the value of using styles and master slides to your team, since it really speeds things up when you want to quickly redesign a slide.

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Good for occasional use

Reviewed 3 years ago

It is a good app for the price. No fancy features but just really useful ones. The internet connection quality sometimes messed me up due to the autosaving not working, but besides this, no other issues.

Pros

First of all, it's free, so starting at this point, everything they offer is good. Besides this, the main advantage is the software is browser based and cloud stored, therefore you won't loose any data thanks to the autosaving feature, and you will be able to access your presentations anywere with a good internet connection. At the beggining it was a bit simple, but with right now, Google Slides has...

Cons

The main con is that is a bandwidth eager app, you will need a really good and reliable internet connection to be able to work smoothly. Besides, a twin desktop app would be useful for offline editing. Other than this, no major problems found.