Google launches Slides Q&A to help presenters connect with their audiences
I’ve once been at an event where a live poll during a session was used. It was pretty impressive and the audience felt involved.
So, Slides Q&A could be a great thing!
Google is launching Slides Q&A today, a new feature for Slides, its PowerPoint competitor. With Slides Q&A, presenters can get questions and general feedback from their audience — and audience members can vote for their favorite questions.
Slides Q&A is rolling out globally today.
Presenters who want to use it will see a button in the Slides presenter view to kick off a Q&A session; on mobile, this feature will be behind the “audience tools” button. After that, a link to the custom Q&A for this presentation will appear above the presentation.
Google says it recently tested the new feature during a presentation by Google Science Fair winner Shree Bose at its New York office. Her talk in front of 200 middle-school students generated 170 questions.
While this was probably not your typical audience, I can definitely see how this feature could make more efficient the Q&A session after a presentation, especially at events where you can assume that everybody in the…
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