5 tips for mastering Google Slides
Get Google Apps News & Tips Google Slides got a major update this week, adding the ability to edit the master slides for a presentation template. Before, in order to standardize a template for use by others, or to customize a presentation for a topic, you had to make your own template of sorts, editing each type of slide, then copying and pasting to create more that looked the same. With this update, you can now edit the master slide layout, then you can simply add more slides using the ‘New slide’ command (or, the quick add button), and your formatting is done for you. It’s great for organizations who want to keep a uniform template, and for longer presentations where formatting really matters. Fig 1. – Editing the master slide layouts – want the same font on all the slides, but hate having to edit each slide all the time? Working with the master slide layout is a lot like working with text formatting in Google Docs, where you can edit Normal Text, Heading 1, and so on. 2. 5.