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These tips and tutorials are all you need to learn how to add bullet points, music or fonts, among other things. Discover the secrets of Google Slides and edit our templates to get your message across.

How to Change the Language Settings in Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Change the Language Settings in Google Slides

Change the display and authoring language in Google slides following the steps of this tutorial. It is very simple, and it will only take you a few minutes to do so! Content Changing the language In Google Slides Changing the language of your Google Account Adding a new language to...

How to Insert GIFs in a Google Slides Presentation | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Insert GIFs in a Google Slides Presentation

There are many and varied ways of captivating your audience with your presentation. One of them is using visually appealing materials so people cannot take their eyes off the slides. In fact, a clever use of GIFs and other images will help you when defining concepts in a cool and...

How to Insert Infographics in Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Insert Infographics in Google Slides

Does the word “infographics” ring a bell? Those are diagrams that work as visual aids. You can present difficult concepts, processes, steps and the like in a very simple way. They can include texts, numbers or icons. Likewise, they can have different shapes and designs. Of course, there are different types...

How to Work with Colors in a Google Slides Presentation | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Work with Colors in a Google Slides Presentation

When creating your presentation, you always need to take into consideration both your audience and the topic of your speech. In this sense, it is always a good idea to take colors into consideration, as they can influence people! In this how-to, we are going to teach you how to use...

How to Create a Jeopardy Game in Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Create a Jeopardy Game in Google Slides

Jeopardy is an American television game show in which contestants have some clues or answers, and they need to give their responses in the form of questions—and, of course, they can get some money! We’re sure you have watched this show several times. Jeopardy games are pretty useful! They are great...

How to Create a Mind Map in Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Create a Mind Map in Google Slides

A mind map is a powerful tool that allows you to create a hierarchy with your ideas and concepts. Its main aim is to help you understand and acquire information in an easier way. It resembles a diagram and it helps you learn in a visual way. Mind maps are pretty...

How to Create a Quiz for Your Online Classes Using Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Create a Quiz for Your Online Classes Using Google Slides

Quizzes are great tools to get your audience involved, as they need to participate and give their own answers. In fact, they are particularly useful when teaching children, as their attention gets diverted quite easily. This way, they will learn in an interactive and entertaining way. Creating a quiz is not...

How to Create an Organizational Chart in Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Create an Organizational Chart in Google Slides

An organizational chart depicts the different relationships in a company using graphics and helps viewers understand and visualize its structure and hierarchy. It comes in particularly useful in business plans, pitch decks, company presentations, etc. There are two ways to create an organizational chart in Google Slides. The easier way would...

How to Create a Timeline in Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Create a Timeline in Google Slides

What better way to portray progress and evolution on a Google Slides presentation than with a timeline? A timeline does the job of telling a story (or history) chronologically in a direct and straightforward manner that’s also visually attractive and easy to digest.  It shouldn’t contain too much text so...