How to Add Transitions in Google Slides?

Your Google Slides App allows you to make great slideshows, share them with your colleagues or students, and update them instantly. However, sometimes, a good layout and font are not enough. To truly bring your presentation to life, it must be made more interactive and exciting. Google slide animations can achieve this. When you animate in Google slides, such as adding moving graphics or slide transitions, your point can be presented more clearly. It is easier to understand and grasp the given information.

Let’s begin with how to add transitions on Google slides

  1. Select the slide to which you want to add a transition effect. On the command bar above, there should be a Transition tab right at the end. Click on it.
    Add transitions on Google slides

    Add transitions on Google slides

  2. A side menu will appear that shows what animations have exciting with the current slide. Select the drop-down menu to see the different transition options available.

    Transitions panel on Google slides

  3. Select the animation you would like to apply to the slide. On the same side menu, you can control the speed of the transition, apply it to the rest of the slides, or preview the transition to see how it looks.
    Transitions slides

    Transitions slides

  4. After clicking on play to preview how your animation plays out, select stop to stop playing and continue editing.
    Stop demo animation

    Stop demo animation


That’s it! It is straightforward to add more dimensions to your slide show and made it more interesting. Sometimes the smallest of details can improve the quality of your slideshow that much more. However, overusing them may also make your presentation seem unprofessional or too flashy. Playing around with and seeing how each transition looks will give you a much better idea of the most suitable way to edit your Google Slides presentation. 

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