In this video, you will publish your presentation online,
so that you can embed it into a website or share through a link.
Publishing your presentation to the web makes it public, so anyone who has the link can see it.
This allows large groups of people to view your presentation at any time and place.
To start, remove anything in your slideshow that is
private or that you wouldn’t want everyone to see.
Next, publish your presentation to the web.
Set the auto advance speed.
Allow 1 second for every 3 to 5 words.
For example, if you have 30 to 50 words on each slide, select every 10 seconds.
This allows enough time for someone to read the entire slide before it advances.
Set up your presentation so it starts automatically as soon as it loads.
Then, click the checkbox to automatically restart the slideshow after the last slide.
That way, no one has to be there to restart the presentation -- it will replay in a loop.
When your slideshow is ready, publish it to the web.
Then, test the link.
Copy and paste the link into a new tab in your browser to view your presentation.
When you publish your slideshow to the web using Google Slides,
your presentation can reach a much larger audience.