How To Get Google Slides On Tv

Whether you’re presenting a school project or sharing your latest business pitch, Google Slides can be a handy tool. But, did you know you can take your presentation to the next level by casting it on a big screen? That’s right! You can easily display your Google Slides on your TV for a more impactful presentation. Here’s how:

Using Chromecast

One of the easiest ways to get your Google Slides on your TV is by using a Chromecast device. Here are the steps:

  1. Make sure your Chromecast is set up and that the TV is on the correct input channel.
  2. Open Google Chrome on your laptop or desktop and go to Google Slides.
  3. Open the presentation you want to cast and click on the “Present” button at the top right corner of the screen.
  4. Select “Present on another screen” and choose your Chromecast device.

Using HDMI Cable

If you don’t have a Chromecast, an HDMI cable will do the trick. Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Connect one end of the HDMI cable to your computer’s HDMI port and the other end to your TV’s HDMI port.
  2. Switch your TV to the correct HDMI input channel. If you’re not sure which one, check your TV’s manual or on-screen guide.
  3. On your computer, navigate to Google Slides and open your presentation.
  4. Finally, click the “Present” button to start your presentation on your TV.

Using Smart TVs

Many smart TVs have built-in casting options that you can use to play your Google Slides. This process may vary slightly depending on your TV’s brand and model, but here’s the general procedure:

  1. On your smart TV, open the built-in web browser and navigate to the Google Slides website.
  2. Sign in with your Google account and open the presentation you want to display.
  3. Click the “Present” button to start the slideshow on your TV.

That’s it! You now know how easy it is to get your Google Slides up on a TV screen. Whether you’re using a Chromecast, an HDMI cable, or a smart TV, presenting your Google Slides on a big screen can make your presentations more professional and engaging. Happy presenting!