Utilisation de Google Slides
Une solution de présentation conçue pour tous types d'entreprises qui permet de gérer les présentations avec de nombreuses fonctionnalités, notamment des thèmes, des polices, des vidéos intégrées et des animations.
Description de Google Slides
Une suite bureautique sur le cloud qui permet de créer, modifier et partager des présentations triées par date et enregistrées automatiquement.
Informations sur Google Slides
Prix de Google Slides
Google Slides est disponible à partir de 6,00 $US/mois. Google Slides est disponible en version gratuite et propose un essai gratuit. Consultez ci-dessous les informations détaillées concernant le prix de Google Slides.
Google Slides - Fonctionnalités
Avis sur Google Slides
Affichage de 5 avis sur 3 606
Publié le 04/08/2019
A Great Alternative to Microsoft Powerpoint
Commentaires: Overall, I've had a very positive experience with Google Slides. I think I would prefer Google Slides to Powerpoint, especially because you can access your project from anywhere, since it is on your Google Drive. However, you cannot add to it when you are offline because the changes won't save. Still, it is a great tool for collaborating with others or just sharing your work and presentations with others, so I would definitely recommend this product.
Avantages: What I like most about this software is that it works just as well as Microsoft Powerpoint, but it's free. It has basically all of the same features, and the best part is that it is shareable, like the way you can share Google Docs with other people. This has been really helpful when I had to do group projects and work with other people remotely. It was easier for us to collaborate with Google Slides, and then send the project slides to our teachers very easily with just the access to the link.
Inconvénients: I don't think there is anything negative to say or any cons about this software. It has all of the same features as Powerpoint, including templates, themes, and adding special effects or images or anything else. I think it works even better than Powerpoint because it is very easily shareable. I guess the only thing I would say that I "least like" would be that to change anything, you have to be able to use wifi/the Internet, whereas Powerpoint does not work exclusively online.
Publié le 04/08/2019
Collaborative Presentation for the People
Commentaires: My overall experience has been nothing but mostly positive. Please implement version control in the future though!
Avantages: As with most of Google products, I love that it's collaborative and the price-point is right (free). Where I was prepping for school presentations, work presentations or making a process doc Google slides has never failed me. It's also used at most big companies, startups, and advertising agencies alike.
Inconvénients: The only caveat with Google products is always the question of privacy and version control. The main question is, "how do I know that this is safer than non-cloud presentation software". There's always a risk when using any cloud-based software, but it's a valid question to ask yourself.
Publié le 06/02/2020
Google Slides... It Can Do THAT?!?
Commentaires: I use Google Slides many times throughout the day and find it a comfortable, affordable alternative to PPT and other similar products.
Avantages: Google Slides, at its core, is a presentation software that is part of the Google Suite of Apps. It is comparable in many features and functions to Microsoft PowerPoint. What I love about Google Slides, though, is that it can be used for much more than making, yet another, slide presentation. In my classes (K-6), we learn how Google Slides is great for many non-slide presentation work, including stop motion animation, flyers (from 1-page up to door-sized posters), flash cards, drawing (in many ways able to replace Google Drawings), e-storytelling, and much more.
Inconvénients: In comparison to MS PPT, I would like to see more graphic editing capabilities. In PPT, for example, you can remove the background from a photo... not yet doable within Google Slides.
Publié le 31/10/2019
Free, Easy & Powerful Presentation Software
Commentaires: I love having my slides in the cloud so I can access them from anywhere, including on the app on my phone. And the collaboration is nice because I can share a presentation with a group after I've given it, and just give them the link to the entire thing.
Avantages: I've given several presentations at local Meetups, as well as a bigger WordPress conference, and the people want SLIDES! Honestly, it's not my favorite way to give a presentation, but Google Slides makes it pretty easy for me to create something for them. It continues to get more and more powerful over the years, adding new features & abilities. There are quite a few nice templates to help you get started, with at least 10 different slide-types for different information. You can add text in a ton of different colors & fonts, insert images, embed YouTube videos, control if and when things play, add animations from slide-to-slide, as well as individual elements on each slide. And when you're finished, you can export them in a number of different ways. There's a "Notes" area that you can turn on or off, to help with speaker notes. It's printable, to help you practice the presentation. And actually presenting is quite a sinch, with easy navigation to move from slide to slide. And you obviously get the same sharing & collaboration features you get with all products in G Suite 🙌.
Inconvénients: I found it a bit laborious when adding many animations. Perhaps I'm missing a way to change my default animation, but animating many elements could be made a little less time consuming. And I needed to download an extra app to use my phone as a remote control for my slides. It'd be really nice is this was included by Google.
Publié le 25/10/2019
It gets the job done
Commentaires: Overall I enjoyed using Google Slides. I had to collaborate with a colleague on a presentation, and Slides worked wonderfully. We were able to simultaneously work on the project, see each other's changes as we made them, and comment on different parts of the show (though we couldn't find a chat function in the service to discuss ideas; we were left to leaving comments). For the purposes of our project, it did exactly what we needed it to do.
Avantages: Google Slides has an easy-to-understand interface, and if you can't find what you're looking for, it has a search bar which helps you find the command you want to execute. It has a nice set of default themes that you can use and apply with ease. It's not overly complicated to use, and on the contrary is quite user-friendly. In the case of group work, you can easily share the document and collaborate with others on the project. Also, it's free to use with a Google Account.
Inconvénients: The service is a bare-bones presentation creator. You can do all the basic things required for a presentation: shapes, slides, themes, text, transitions, and animations, but it's not ideal if you want to go deeper into the design of your show. G-Slides has object animation, but for text, it lacks the ability to individually customize lines. Say, for example you have three bullet points, and want a picture to arrive with the second one. The only way to do this would be to make 3 separate text boxes, align them how you want, then add the transitions for all of them, along with the picture. This is contrary to the whole idea of layouts that the service provides. This is a feature in other programs such as PowerPoint, where you can manipulate the animations of individual paragraphs in a text box. Other things that would be nice but the service lacks are object triggers and text rotation within a shape. Again, these are not necessary features to have, and they definitely don't take away from the service, but the service is not ideal if you want to do more than a basic show. Lastly, since it's part of G-Suite, it's internet-dependent. If you don't have a connection, there is no way to access or edit the file.