Shared Slides Clicker for Google Slides and Meet

Allow multiple users to control a Google Slides presentation from within Google Meet.
No more having to tell the presenter "Next slide please... next slide please".

Best of all, it's free!

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"The only thing that makes remote presentations bearable while we're all quarantining-at-home."

— Some guy who's totally over it

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The missing feature from Google Meet

Most video conference apps allow you to control other participants' screens, but not Google Meet. So what do you do when you have to use Google Meet, but you also need to share control of your Slides presentation? That's where the Shared Slides Clicker extension comes in.

How To Use

Get started in 5 easy steps:

1. Install the Extension

The presenter and anyone wishing to share control should install the extension.

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2. Sign In with Google

Authenticate with your Google account so we can secure your data. We only access your name and email address and never sell this information or use it to contact you.

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3. Start Presenting

The presenter should join the Meet meeting, share their browser application, and start presenting their Google Slides presentation

When not in Automatic mode, you will need to click the extension icon in your Chrome toolbar and select Share Presentation.
4. Participants Connect to Share Control

Participants can connect to share control of the presentation by clicking the Shared Slides Controller button inside Google Meet and entering the URL of the Google Presentation

When not in Automatic mode, you will need to click the extension icon in your Chrome toolbar to add the control overlay to Meet. Also, you won't be able to connect until the presentation begins.
5a. Control the Slides within Google Meet

Within Google Meet, click the control buttons in the Shared Slides Clicker overlay or use arrow keys to change slides, play/pause, fast-forward or rewind embedded videos

The presenter will get a push notification letting them know who is sharing control.
5b. Control the Slides from the Web

If you are not using Google Meet or do not wish to install this extension, you can control the slides using the Web Clicker. Follow the instructions on the page to connect to the presentation.

The presenter must have the extension installed in order to make their presentation shareable.
6. Hide When Not in Use

In Google Meet, when you're not sharing control of a presentation, click the Hide button in the Shared Slides Clicker overlay or use the Options to turn off Automatic mode.

The Shared Slides Clicker will disappear from Google Meet until you refresh the browser tab.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need to install an extension?

Neither Google Meet nor Google Slides allow for remote sharing of control. If you need to allow others to remotely share control of your presentation, then you need this extension.

Why do I need to sign in with Google?

The extension needs to know a few things about you, like your name and email address, in order to operate securely and to inform the presenter when you remotely control their slides.

What do I do if I have a problem or comment?

Check the Troubleshooting page first. If you're still having problems, send us an email at shared-slides-clicker (at), create a  Gitlab Issue, or use the Support tab on the Extension page.

Is this open source?

Yes! The source is on  Gitlab. Feel free to open a Merge Request. To learn more about this project, read my blog article about it.

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