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5 Advantages of Using PowerPoint and Google Slides for Your Presentations | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

5 Advantages of Using PowerPoint and Google Slides for Your Presentations

Every free template that we design at Slidesgo can be used in Google Slides and PowerPoint. This allows you to choose your preferred software for presenting or customizing the template. Have you ever wondered what the advantages of each software are? Keep reading to find out!  Content 5 advantages of...

The 5 most visited templates of 2020 | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

The 5 most visited templates of 2020

There’s only a couple of days left in 2020 and, before welcoming 2021, we wanted to share with you the templates for Google Slides and PowerPoint that our users visited the most this year. We’re going to begin with the fifth-placed template, going up one place at a time until we...

The most useful Google Slides and PowerPoint keyboard shortcuts | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

The most useful Google Slides and PowerPoint keyboard shortcuts

If you really want to speed things up when editing your presentation, you should try some keyboard shortcuts. We would like to share with you the most useful ones for both Google Slides and PowerPoint. These key combinations will allow you to work much faster without having to constantly look for...

Tips to captivate your audience with the photographs in your presentation | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

Tips to captivate your audience with the photographs in your presentation

A picture is worth a thousand words. We have heard this phrase hundreds of times and with reason. A photograph can help us to better express our ideas, to emphasise them, to bring them to life, to touch our audience, etc. As a matter of fact, we process images 60,000...

Tips To Create the Perfect Resume Presentation | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

Tips To Create the Perfect Resume Presentation

First impressions count. If you’re looking to advance past that initial step and get that job you’ve always dreamed of, then use our resume presentations.  With recruiters spending mere seconds looking at a CV, you need to make yours stand out with not only an impressive background to boast of...

How to Create a Thesis Defense Presentation | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Create a Thesis Defense Presentation

After months and years of hard work, the moment to wrap things all up is finally here—your thesis defense presentation.Whether you’re pursuing a master’s degree or doctorate, it’s the final step to that much-deserved achievement. A thesis defense requires a lot of prior research and preparation. And as important as its...

5 Tips to Get the School Year Off to a Good Start | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

5 Tips to Get the School Year Off to a Good Start

Due to the current pandemic, this next back-to-school period is going to be quite different from what we’re used to. According to a recent poll by Axios, more than 70% of teachers are taking courses on how to improve their tech skills so they can apply them to online and...

Composition Tips to Design Your Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

Composition Tips to Design Your Slides

Creating a Google Slides or PowerPoint composition is an art. There are a few things to take into consideration, such as the needs of your audience and the visual aspects of your creation.  In this tutorial, we are going to review the most important topics related to the design of...

How to End Your Presentation: Tips for Your Grand Finale | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to End Your Presentation: Tips for Your Grand Finale

You have just created the most amazing presentation ever. You have written a touching speech and you are designing your last slides… Oh, wait. How to end your pitch? Sometimes people get distracted.  Don’t panic. You don’t need to read Aristotle’s Rhetoric to close your presentation in an effective way....