Enhanced Google Slide Now Supports Wireless Presentation

By CIOReview | Monday, August 17, 2015

FREMONT, CA: New technologies help people but sometimes these technologies can be challenging because it is not necessary that everywhere one can get access to internet or things that they want.So, keeping in mind these issues, Google has recently extended features of its new app, Google Slides.

Earlier, Google added support for Chromecast and Airplay in Google Slides that made it easier to castslides on the big screen. But now, with the new enhanced features, it enable users to access, create and edit presentations from anywhere;also everyone can work together in the same presentation simultaneously. In addition, it provides the facility of wireless presentation, and users do not have to save changes every time because it gets saved automatically,one can see the old version of the presentation too by sorting the date. The biggest advantage of the advanced Google Slides is it lets users work without any network signal, by simply enabling offline editing to work in their browser or pin files on their mobile devices, they can access it.

Moreover, Google Slides gives the facility to its users to keep track of their time with the app’s built-in timer, users can also use their mobile devices to advance slides and see who is on the call while presenting.

Apart from this updation, Google has also enhanced Google Keep, the note-taking application, where users can capture things that are there in mind and get a reminder later at the right place or time, or they can voice a memo and get it automatically transcribed for them. With the updation in the Google Keep, now users can export their notes to Google Docs.