Better engage your audience by allowing them to submit questions and vote on them during Google Slides presentations. To see the feature in action, check out this video in which Google Science Fair winner Shree Bose fields questions from a group of 200 middle school students.
A few things to note:
- You can only use Slides Q&A if you have edit or comment access to that Slides presentation.
- By default, any user in your domain can submit a question. If your organization permits external sharing, you can allow external users to submit questions as well.
Allowing your audience to ask questions isn’t the only way Google is improving the presentation experience on Slides today. They are also making the following possible:
- Use your mouse as a laser pointer in Slides on the web. Just choose the laser pointer option from the toolbar and move your mouse, and a red laser-like dot will appear in the same place on screen, helping your audience know where to look and when.
- In the Slides iOS app, present to a new Hangout or to a Hangout selected from a meeting on your Google Calendar.
Source: Google Apps Updates