Getting Started

Getting Started: Google Slides


Google slides is more than a presentation platform, it’s a shared workspace to communicate, think, and create together. It can be used as:

  • As a virtual whiteboard
  • An art, book, photography, or publishing platform
  • A shared workspace that can be edited by many at the same time
  • A prototype space to understand mechanics and concepts

Artifacts Made with Google Slides

Tips and Tricks

Copy Only Link: Turn a Google Docs or Slides link into a copy-only version by adding “/copy” to the end of the link. Example:

Book Margins: You need more margin than you think.

Click ctrl e + g to see the guides - use these to make your margins

Your slide may be bigger than you think. Size it to reality.

Sharing settings tips:

Share your Slides, Docs or Sheets with the Share button in the top right

When submitting a challenge, make sure the link you submit is set to “viewer”