How to Add Voice to Google Slides: A Step-by-Step Guide
As more and more presentations are being done virtually, it’s important to find ways to spice up your slides and keep your audience engaged. One way to do this is by adding voiceover narration to your Google Slides presentation. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the steps to easily add voice to your Google Slides.
Step 1: Open Your Google Slides Presentation
Log into your Google account and navigate to Google Slides. Open the presentation you would like to add voice to or create a new one.
Step 2: Click on the Slide You Want to Add Voiceover To
Choose the slide that you would like to add your voiceover to by clicking on it. This will ensure that your voice recording will be added to the specific slide you want.
Step 3: Go to ‘Insert’ and Select ‘Audio’
In the top menu, click on ‘Insert’ and select ‘Audio’ from the dropdown menu. This will open a new window where you can choose to either record an audio file or upload an existing one.
Step 4: Record Your Voice or Upload an Existing Audio File
If you choose to record an audio file, click on the red record button and begin speaking. You can pause and resume as needed. If you have an existing audio file, click on ‘Select a File from Your Device’ and choose the file from your computer.
Step 5: Preview Your Recording and Adjust Settings
Once your recording is done, you can preview it by clicking on the play button. You can also adjust the settings to your preference, such as autoplaying the audio or setting a specific start and end time for the audio playback.
Step 6: Repeat for Other Slides (Optional)
If you want to add voice to other slides in your presentation, simply repeat the steps above for each slide.
Step 7: Save and Share Your Presentation
Once you have added voiceover to all the slides you want, save your presentation and share it with your audience. They can now listen to your presentation while following along with your slides.
FAQs About Adding Voice to Google Slides
Can I add multiple audio files to one slide?
Yes, you can add multiple audio files to one slide by following the steps outlined above for each audio file.
Can I edit or delete my voice recording after it has been added to a slide?
Yes, you can edit or