How does Google Slides work?
Google Slides is a very powerful tool for making and collaborating on PowerPoint presentations. With Play Digital Signage, you have two options for embedding your presentations in your digital signage content: using Website Plugin or exporting your presentation as .pptx file and importing it into your playsignage.com library.
Publishing presentation to web
This is the recommended method for importing as it maintains that presentation animations slide transition remain working. Also if you edit the slide, the changes will be automatically published to players.
- Select File -> Publish to web…
- Select “Embed” tab (This is important, if you use the URL from the “Link” tab, web preview and Android players can not load it)
- Set desired slide duration and make sure both check-boxes are checked
- Copy the URL between src attribute quotes
- In Play editor add a new website and paste the URL
Exporting as PowerPoint
Use this approach if you wish to move presentation maintenance to our system. Beware however that once imported in our system, each slide will be converted to an image, so you can not edit text after importing.
- Export the presentation as a PowerPoint .pptx file (File -> Download as…)
- Upload the .pptx file from Play. Library
- In the editor click “Assets”
- Mouse-over image you want to select and you see a small checkbox appear on top-left corner. Click it!
- Now you’re in multi-select mode, select slides in the order by just clicking on them
- Select option “Create slide per asset”
- Set duration and transition for all slides
Can I embed Office 365 online PowerPoint?
Office 365 presentations can be embedded also with the website plugin. Go to File -> Share -> Embed. You’ll be presented with a window to generate HTML, click on the Generate button. Select the the desired size of the plugin and copy the generated HTML code. In the website plugin select the HTML code, click the Add HTML button and paste the code generated by the Office 365.
How do I hide the Google Slides toolbar?
When you paste Google Slides link, the editor will show you an additional button to hide the toolbar: