Around this time every year I field a bunch of questions from readers who are moving into new jobs at schools that use Google Workspace for Education. And while I have a lot of Google Workspace tutorials available on my YouTube channel, I think it’s time that I update many of them. That’s why over the next few weeks I’ll be publishing some new Google Workspace for Edu tutorials. This week’s series of tutorials is all about Google Slides. 

In the first post in this series I shared directions on how to make your first, basic presentation in Google Slides. The second post in this series covered how to add audio and video into Google Slides. After you’ve created your slides you might want to invite someone to review them with you. Or you might want to work together to design the whole set of slides. Google Slides makes that easy to do. In the short video that is embedded below I demonstrate how to collaborate on Google Slides. 

Video – How to Collaborate on Google Slides