If you enjoy using Google Slides you will be pleased to learn that Google has today announced they are updating their Google Slides service to enable users to create, edit, comment and even carry out presentations offline.
From today onwards any alterations you to make to offline presentations will automatically be updated once you jump back on to an Internet connection.
Allowing you to continue editing slides and presentations whilst on your next flight, or heading to your upcoming presentation without the need to worry if there is a Wi-Fi hotspot you can jump on to at the other end. Google explains:
“If you already have offline editing for Docs enabled, you don’t have to change anything to work with Slides offline. If not, you can turn it on for Slides (and Docs) by following these instructions. Note that to work offline you’ll need to be using Chrome or ChromeOS.”
Google is also looking to bring offline support to its Google Sheets service, but as yet no information on availability has been released as yet by Google.
Source: GoogleFiled Under: Technology News