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I would give this a negative 100 stars if I could. I absolutely hate the website and the app. It deletes your text and you can’t get it back. The back arrow doesn’t do anything and hits makes the problem worse. I’m a pretty tech savvy person, but google slides is one of the most poorly designed apps/websites. It randomly changes slides when you’re typing and then messes up that slide. I have been forced to use google slides on multiple occasions and I have hated every second I’ve used it. It doesn’t let you copy and paste words over a certain limit and does it tell you when it cuts off whatever you’re pasting? Nope! It just doesn’t tell you and leaves you thinking that a PowerPoint type website could actually copy and paste things successfully.
I looooveee google slides! But, I would love to be able to add a pie chart easier. Right now, I’m doing a project on religions in America, and I need to add a pie chart to show percentages. The pie chart just says “points earned” and I cannot find one single way to change that to say “religions in the usa.” It’s kind of frustrating, because now I have to go to a website just to make a pie chart. Absurd. The mobile version is not even close to being as good as the version on chromebooks at school. I do like the perks of not having to save it, as it saves on its own. But adding charts could be easier, like maybe being able to change it in the app instead of having to go to google sheets.
I honestly prefer Google products over most Microsoft, and Slides is a definite win, especially after seeing a mobile app. I took my iPad to school, prepared for the presentation, and I tapped around, seeing what all they had. Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad we have the “theme” option, but what about backgrounds? It’s kinda tiring looking up images, dragging them into slides, making it full size, sending to the back, and not helping your team all at once. Please add the “background” option. Also, since I begun Slides, I always tried my best to use my best format, honest opinion, and make them as interesting as possible. However, after looking around, I found I still couldn’t find yet another option- transitions. While yes, I agree that we need more, newer ones, we also need— well, the basic options on mobile. I can see them on my iPad during present, but I can’t find it. (If it’s there, please respond where.) Other than those, I’d say 5 stars! *****
By Madeleine Franklin
Jan 26 2021
Hi. I wondered if you could help me understand why my touch screen isn't working on google slides, on the slide itself.
It works for drop down menus, switching slides etc., but it wont allow me to use touch screen to move or change the size of images or text boxes etc., on the page itself. This has worked previously, for the past 2 weeks, but stopped working a few days ago.
This is important to me as I need to work very quickly.
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