How To Keep Google Slides On Loop

Google Slides is an incredibly useful tool for creating and presenting dynamic presentations. However, have you ever wanted to have your Google Slides presentation loop continuously? Whether it’s for a trade show, an exhibition, or some event where you want your presentation to keep running in the background, we’ve got you covered. In this guide, we will teach you how to keep your Google Slides on loop.

Step-by-Step Guide to Looping Your Google Slides

Keeping your Google Slides on loop is quite straightforward. Here’s how you can do it step by step:

Step 1: Open Your Google Slides Presentation

First, you need to open the Google Slides presentation that you wish to loop. Simply log into your Google account, navigate to Google Slides, and open your desired presentation.

Step 2: Click on “Present” Button

Once your presentation is open, you will see a “Present” button at the top right corner of the page. Click on it. This will open your presentation in full-screen mode.

Step 3: Navigate to the “Loop” Option

After you click on the “Present” button, move your cursor to the bottom left corner of the screen where you see a gear icon (Settings). Click on it. This will open a menu with various options. Here, click on the option that says “Loop”.

This option will keep your Google Slides presentation on a continuous loop until you stop it manually.

Step 4: Set the Speed of Your Loop

Once you’ve clicked on the “Loop” option, you’ll also see an option to set the speed of your loop. This means you can control how fast the slides move from one to another. It’s entirely up to you how fast you want your slides to transition.

Step 5: Close the Settings Menu

After setting up the loop and its speed, simply close the settings menu. Your Google Slides presentation will now loop continuously at the speed you’ve set.


And there you have it – your Google Slides presentation is now set to loop continuously! This feature is incredibly useful when you have a presentation that needs to be displayed over and over again, and it saves you the trouble of manually restarting the presentation each time it ends.

Remember, practice makes perfect. So, don’t worry if you don’t get it right the first time. With a little practice, you’ll be able to set your Google Slides presentations to loop with ease.