Slidesgo offers a wide variety of free Google Slides and PowerPoint templates to use in your presentations. It also allows you to customize these templates the way you want. I spent some time sifting through templates embedded in the category Education and found them really interesting. There are thesis defense templates, workshop templates, school templates, lesson templates, and many more.

The way Slidesgo works is easy: locate the template you want to work on, and for Google Slides click on ‘“Use a Google Slides Theme” button to download this presentation for Google Slides. If you click on “Copy the presentation”, it will be saved to your Google Drive, where you can customize and use it whenever you want.” For PowerPoint users, click on “Download a PowerPoint template” button located next to the template preview. The template will be saved to your computer, where you will be able to customize it”.

Slidesgo also features a section devoted to infographics where users can access beautiful visual templates spanning various designs from timelines to mind maps. All of these materials are editable and can be used with Google Slides, PowerPoint and in some cases with Keynote as well. As for attribution, Slidesgo stated that unless you are a premium user in which case attribution is not required, “you must attribute Slidesgo by keeping the slide where the credits appear”.

How Much Does Slidesgo Cost?

Slidesgo offers two types of plans: a free and a premium plan. The free plan offers limited features (e.g., 10 templates per month, attribution required). The premium plan offers two subscriptions: a monthly one and an annual one. Premium users enjoy the following perks: full license, priority support, exclusive content, and many more.

Alternatives to Slidesgo?

Some of the best alternatives to Slidesgo include SlidesMania, SlidesCarnival, and Haiku Deck