New Google slides features aim to make it easier to give presentations. Keyboard shortcuts allow presenters the ability to quickly navigate between slides, while Present Mode allows for slide previews to be made bigger.
Keyboard shortcuts allow users to control a live deck, where presenters can choose exactly which slide to show without scrolling to find it. Keyboard shortcuts also allow users to control any embedded video content. Related keyboard shortcuts can be found by going into the "tips" section of the control bar, and Google has also created a document with all keyboard shortcuts.
The other new Google Slides feature, Present Mode, functions with a dropdown menu in the upper right corner of slides, which allows users to open a "Presenter view," This opens another window that displays speaker notes or audience tools.
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