Google Revamps its Docs Presentation

Google, the search giant has upgraded its Web application for presentation, commonly known as Google Docs Presentation. Google has added over 50 new features so as to make it a strong competitor of Microsoft PowerPoint and Apple Keynote.

Some of the more prominent feature added by Google in its Google Docs Presentation include: transitions for creating fading and zesty 3D transition between slides, animations, new themes to add color schemes and formats, drawings for building designs, layouts or flowcharts, and rich data tables with merge cells and other formatting options.

You will find a new option on your left sidebar that allows you to create several different forms of documents, such as presentations, forms, spreadsheets and drawings. Google keep its spirit alive with exotic icons for each type of document which are very much similar to one found in Google+. The resemblance of icons in not a co-incidence rather these intentionally made to keep its family of products in close intimacy.

You will get an assortment of new tools when create a presentation. For instance, you can now hyperlink slides, presentations, or external web pages with shapes rather than using plain text. Furthermore, the new Google Docs Presentation offers its users to draw organizational charts, diagrams, flowcharts so as to improve the visuals within the presentation.

According to Google, the revamped Google Docs Presentations will be gradually rolled out to users. However, if you can’t wait to have a look at the revamped edition, simply navigate to Google Docs, go to ‘Document Settings’ located on the upper right corner and check the box read ‘Create New Presentations using the latest version of the presentation editor’ under ‘Editing’ tab. For all this you need to have your browser up-to-date.

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