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Share Presentations

How to Share Presentations in Google Slides

Share Presentations

Share a Presentation

  1. Click the Share button.
    Share a Presentation
  2. Enter the email address(es) for the people you want to share with.

    Sharing a presentation with someone else usually gives them editing privileges.

  3. Click the Permissions list arrow.
  4. Select a permissions level.
    • Can edit
    • Can comment
    • Can view
  5. Click Send.
    Share a Presentation

An email invitation is sent, and the presentation is now added to the Google Drive of everyone you shared it with.

Change Share Settings

If you later decide the share settings you selected aren't correct, you can change them.

  1. Click the Share button.
    Change Share Settings
  2. Click Advanced.
    Change Share Settings

    Here you see a list of everyone the presentation is shared with, as well as their permissions.

  3. Click the permissions button for the person whose permissions you want to change.
  4. Select a permissions level:
    • Can edit
    • Can comment
    • Can view
    Change Share Settings
  5. Click Save changes.
    Change Share Settings
  6. Click Done.
    Change Share Settings

The share settings are updated.

Publish to Web

If you need to share your presentation with a wider audience, you can publish it online.

  1. Click File on the menu bar.
  2. Select Publish to the web.
  3. Publish to Web

    From this dialog box, you can choose to generate a link to the presentation or embed it on a web page.

  4. (Optional) Adjust publish options.

    In the Publish to web dialog box, you can adjust how long it takes for your presentation to auto-advance through its slides, adjust the slideshow size, choose to start the slideshow as soon as the player loads, or choose to restart the slideshow after the last slide.

  5. Click Publish.
    Publish to Web
  6. Click OK.
    Publish to Web

A public URL is generated so you can share a read-only version of your presentation with your audience.

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