After the Covid-19 pandemic, online presentations have become increasingly common in educational and professional settings.
PowerPoint and Google Slides have become preferred tools for teaching in schools and presenting important information at work that need to be remembered.
For this reason, many people prefer taking notes to keep track of all the important information.
However, a more efficient method of keeping track of everything presented is to record the presentation.
Google Slides doesn’t have a built-in feature that enables users to record their screen, but there are multiple free softwares that can help them record both the audio and video when someone is presenting.
As we mentioned before, Google Slides doesn’t have a built-in option for recording Google Slides presentations, so instead, users need to try third-party apps.
You can easily install multiple third-party apps on your computer to help you record videos, but for this article, we will be using Loom and Screencastify.
Keep in mind that the free versions of these apps have time limitations, and you may need to record a longer presentation in multiple parts.
Screencastify is another free app users can try to record a Google Slides presentation.
Follow these steps to learn how to install it:
Google Slides is an amazingly easy-to-use collaborative presentation tool. However, it lacks a screen recording feature that many users find incredibly important.
As for now, users can only record their Google Slides using third-party apps. Besides the one we mentioned, there are plenty of others you can try.
Users need to use third-party screen recording tools in order to record a Google Slides presentation.
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