Whether you are part of the audience, or you have to hold a public presentation, Google slides are very efficient and ready to make a presentation easier for everyone. Thanks to the new features, the members of the audience are able not only to ask questions but also to vote which question should first get answered. This way, people from the audience can make a good use of their smartphones during the presentations instead of wasting time and not paying attention.
Thanks to this system, any slide presentation will be different as it is especially up to the audience to decide which question needs the fastest answer. This way, the members are encouraged to be more active and focused on the subject.
Presenters are now able to connect better and at another level with their audiences. Presenters will have a button in the Slides view while on smartphones it will be right behind the “audience tools” button. A similar Q&A platform, Moderator, was launched by Google before but shut down in 2015.
Education is important for Google and nowadays Google has become in some ways important for education too. Pupils and students tend to get confused during classes and worse, shy. During any presentation, if you get confused you can no longer concentrate properly. Then you feel insecure and shy because you hesitate in asking your question.
That is why Google slides are very efficient. Because everyone, confused or shy, can pop their questions and even vote in which order they should get answered.
On the other hand, things can get pretty tough for a presenter too. Whether you are a very experienced one or merely a beginner there are still some issues that almost always occur, but which Google Slides can simplify.
First of all, it is very hard, even after a long time, to control your emotions without getting nervous about the presentation. Second of all, you can miss important questions from the audience and even hear some of them repeatedly. With Google Slides Q&A platform the presenter connects not only better but more efficient leaving no key questions unanswered and avoiding repeated answers.
The concluding question is: Is it really that good? Well, it is up to you to see for yourself wether Google slides are very efficient or not.
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