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How to add music to your Google Slides presentation

How to add music to your Google Slides presentation
Music is a great way to liven up your presentations and keep your audience engaged. Unlike Microsoft PowerPoint, however, Google Sheets doesn’t include support for audio files. But with the following workarounds, you can add a soundtrack to any slide for a more dramatic deck. Add a link to an online music file The easiest way to add music to your Google Slides presentation is to link to a track from an online music service like Spotify, Soundcloud, or Grooveshark. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. If you feel the raw text link is an eyesore on your otherwise beautiful slide deck, you can cover it with an image to better integrate it with your design. 1. 2. 3. Now when you play your presentation, trigger the music by clicking this image. Add music from a YouTube video The other way to add music to your presentation is with a YouTube video. 1. 2. 3. 4. When you show this slide during your presentation, click the miniaturized video to play the music.

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