A Handy Bookmarklet for Fullscreen Interactive Google Slide Decks

A Handy Bookmarklet for Fullscreen Interactive Google Slide Decks

Have you ever ever wished you would make interactive slides (slides in enhancing mode) in a Google Slide deck fullscreen by hiding the thumbnail photos that seem on the left?

Oftentimes lecturers use actions created in Google Slides for tutorial functions they usually need the slide to look as massive as potential with out college students seeing the opposite slides projected on the facet. I see increasingly lecturers projecting slide decks throughout their digital conferences and it might be so good to have the interactive slides cowl a lot of the display screen to assist keep away from distractions. 

Previously I’ve used James Malcom’s Toggle Aspect Panel to cover the thumbnail photos however I just lately stumbled upon an excellent higher bookmarklet created by Noreen Ranallo that she shared in our Train with Tech Fb group.

 In a single click on you possibly can change your Google Slide decks from:

A Handy Bookmarklet for Fullscreen Interactive Google Slide Decks


WHAT IS A BOOKMARKLET?

A bookmarklet is a bookmark saved in an online browser that accommodates JavaScript instructions that add new options to a browser.

HOW TO GET THE BOOKMARKLET FOR YOUR BROWSER:

To seize the bookmarklet and get it put in (it significantly is SO simple), simply go to Noreen’s put up HERE the place she clearly explains the way it works. 

Gif created by Noreen:

UPDATE: Chrome Extension Now Obtainable

Have enjoyable!


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