Use Slido with your presentation

  • 24 August 2020
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Depending on your preferred software, there are several ways how you can run Slido alongside your presentation during a meeting.

 

We offer direct integrations with PowerPoint and Google Slides. If you prefer a different presentation software, don’t you worry - we also have some tips and tricks for you!

 

In this article:

 


Slido for PowerPoint


With our integration, you can seamlessly integrate Slido with PowerPoint to create live polls, quizzes or Q&A sessions directly in your slides.
 

 

There’s no need to switch between windows or apps anymore, as everything is directly in your presentation and can be controlled from PowerPoint. If you’re using a PowerPoint presentation during a remote call, you can simply share the screen with your presentation and Slido will be there as well.


This integration works on Windows 7 and later and Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 and later.

 

Click the following link to learn more about Slido for PowerPoint.


 

Slido for Google Slides


Our Google Slides integration allows you to set up and manage Slido directly from the Google Slides interface

 

Running a live Slido poll from Google Slides interface



Slides with live polls, quizzes, or Q&A sessions will become a part of your presentation and you’ll be able to display the results and audience questions on your slides in real-time. If you’re using a Google Slides presentation during a remote call, you can simply share the screen with your presentation and Slido will be there as well.
 

Follow the link to find out more about how to use Slido with Google Slides


 

Slido with other presentation software


If you can’t use either of our two integrations, there are still other ways how to switch between Slido and your presentation during a meeting.

 

If you’re using Slido alongside a presentation during a remote call, we’ve also prepared the Use Slido for remote meetings, classes, events, and webinars article for you.


 

Use your trackpad or keyboard


If you’re using Mac, you can simply switch between your presentation and Slido Present mode by swiping with three fingers on your trackpad, either to the left or right.


If you’re using Windows, you can use the keyboard shortcut Alt+Tab to quickly switch between presentation and Slido.


 

Manage Slido from another device using Switcher


You can use our app Switcher which allows you to seamlessly switch between your presentation and Slido using your smartphone as a remote control. This setup is especially useful if you wish to moderate your Q&A session - with your smartphone, you’ll also be able to see incoming questions and approve or dismiss them.


Learn more about Switcher in Switch between slides and Slido with Switcher.



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