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The new Q&A feature is now live on Slides' website, iOS and Android app. The users will be able to ask questions in real-time during presentations.

To use the new tool, presenters must choose to enable questions from within the presenter mode. After enabling it, viewers can submit questions via a URL and vote on each other's questions. The questions can then be viewed by the presenters and they can sort them by which have the most votes.

Google has expressed hope that the feature will make it easier for people to engage with their audience during presentations and will allow people to ask questions comfortably.

If you're presenting from Slides from a computer, you have the option to use a new "laser pointer" feature, which simulates a laser pointer by overlaying a red dot onto the screen. The Slides apps now support presenting via Chromecast, Airplay and Google Hangouts.
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The new Q&A feature is now live on Slides' website, iOS and Android app. The users will be able to ask questions in real-time during presentations.

To use the new tool, presenters must choose to enable questions from within the presenter mode. After enabling it, viewers can submit questions via a URL and vote on each other's questions. The questions can then be viewed by the presenters and they can sort them by which have the most votes.

Google has expressed hope that the feature will make it easier for people to engage with their audience during presentations and will allow people to ask questions comfortably.

If you're presenting from Slides from a computer, you have the option to use a new "laser pointer" feature, which simulates a laser pointer by overlaying a red dot onto the screen. The Slides apps now support presenting via Chromecast, Airplay and Google Hangouts.
Google is making its presentation tool more interactive. A new Q&A feature for Slides was introduced by the company on Wednesday, allowing audience members to ask questions while watching the presentations.

The new Q&A feature is now live on Slides' website, iOS and Android app. The users will be able to ask questions in real-time during presentations.

To use the new tool, presenters must choose to enable questions from within the presenter mode. After enabling it, viewers can submit questions via a URL and vote on each other's questions. The questions can then be viewed by the presenters and they can sort them by which have the most votes.

Google has expressed hope that the feature will make it easier for people to engage with their audience during presentations and will allow people to ask questions comfortably.

If you're presenting from Slides from a computer, you have the option to use a new "laser pointer" feature, which simulates a laser pointer by overlaying a red dot onto the screen. The Slides apps now support presenting via Chromecast, Airplay and Google Hangouts.
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Google is making its presentation tool more interactive. A new Q&A feature for Slides was introduced by the company on Wednesday, allowing audience members to ask questions while watching the presentations.

The new Q&A feature is now live on Slides' website, iOS and Android app. The users will be able to ask questions in real-time during presentations.

To use the new tool, presenters must choose to enable questions from within the presenter mode. After enabling it, viewers can submit questions via a URL and vote on each other's questions. The questions can then be viewed by the presenters and they can sort them by which have the most votes.

Google has expressed hope that the feature will make it easier for people to engage with their audience during presentations and will allow people to ask questions comfortably.

If you're presenting from Slides from a computer, you have the option to use a new "laser pointer" feature, which simulates a laser pointer by overlaying a red dot onto the screen. The Slides apps now support presenting via Chromecast, Airplay and Google Hangouts.
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