For this to happen, a Google Slides presentation creator needs to first share out his or her presentation with one or more people.
G Suite users can now present data in Google Slides. And, this data can be presented in real time.
Until Google introduced this functionality, charts had to either be pasted as images into Google Slides or they had to be created using shapes. When the underlying data changed, a more up-to-date chart image had to be pasted into the slide or the shapes had to be modified. This could be very time consuming.
Google has provided two ways to embed data-driven charts right within individual slides.
Google Slides can easily be embedded in any website by using the code provided in the File > Publish to the web… menu.
By default, there’s a set of controls at the bottom of an embedded Slides presentation that diminishes the website animation effect. The controls provide multiple options including downloading the Slides as a PDF or PPTX file.
Updated: November 5, 2018
Google Slides allows you to collaboratively create business presentations with others in your organization.
With Google’s continuous delivery of new features and functionality, there are always new ways to make your presentations more effective.
Here are some tips and tricks for getting more out of Google Slides.