Slides News PRO
News and product updates from the Slides team.
Now you can annotate your slides using freehand drawing! All of your annotations are streamed in realtime to your audience.
Introducing Presentation Templates! Pick from a variety of beautiful templates to start from when creating presentations.
Now you can add a personal touch to your slides with freehand drawing! Use it to highlight content, draw illustrations and much more.
Now you can add blur and drop-shadow filters to your content blocks.
We've made our built-in code highlighting even better by automatically scrolling step-by-step highlights into view.
We've added support for incredibly smooth animations between code blocks. See it in action in this deck!
Introducing Auto-Animate: an all new way to create stunning animations in Slides! Learn all about it and view some examples in this deck. (Currently in public beta—let us know if you have any feedback.)
Slides is a presentation platform for developers built on top of the reveal.js open source HTML presentation framework. We offer a wide range of developer-focused features like step-by-step code highlighting, a CSS editor, LaTeX typesetting and more.
Announcing support for groups in the Slides editor! Check out the details and learn about some useful shortcuts in this deck.
The Code content block has been updated to add support for line numbers, line highlights and word wrap. All in all a much more powerful way to share code with your audience!
The new Slide Settings interface lets you override presentation settings like transition and auto-slide duration for a specific slide.
Now you can use interactivity to add a new level of depth to your slides. Learn how in this deck!
Fragments allow you to reveal a slide in multiple steps. We have redesigned the fragments interface to make them more powerful than ever and even easier to use.
Now you can search for GIFs right within the Slides editor thanks to the new GIPHY integration!
Now you can easily find and insert high quality still images and animated GIFs. Made possible thanks to GIPHY and Unsplash!
Decks on your profile page can now be tagged. This is a great way to add structure to your profile page, making it easier and faster to browse. All tags have unique links so you can easily share them with your audience too.
Learn how you can add videos to your presentations.
Learn how you can embed content from other websites behind your slides.
Elements in the editor can now be rotated. Just grab a corner and drag!
Now you can easily use custom fonts from Typekit or Google Fonts for your presentation. Learn all about it in this deck!
Learn about how you can embed content from third party services like Google Maps and Vimeo directly inside of your presentations.
Since our launch, Slides has been an amazing place to create, share, and live present presentations. Today, we’re excited to publicly unveil the top-most requested feature on Slides: shared editing of presentations, what we’re calling Collaborate.
Learn how to use our new fragment styles to show or hide content.
Learn how to draw directional lines and arrows in your slides.
We've made it possible to show the number of the current slide on top of a presentation. This deck will show you how it's used.
Now you can share slide notes with everyone who views your deck! This is a great way to add context to your slides.
We've made it possible to add tables to presentations. Tables are flexible and easy to configure through interface options. Learn more in this walkthrough.
Learn how Slides can help you make better presentations. This is a broad overview of the functionality and workflow improvements that we offer to make both individuals and teams more productive.
It's now possible to upload and insert SVG images in your presentations. Learn more in this deck.
Did you know you can include animated GIFs in your decks? We'll automatically start them from the beginning when their slide appears.
Know some HTML and CSS? We've added developer friendly features that give you even greater control over your content.
Thanks to the new Math block it is now possible to display math formulas directly inside of your presentations.
This is a demo presentation that is embedded on the slides.com home page.
The new Slides editor is now available in public beta. It's a big departure from the old editor and we're very excited to share it with you. To try it out simply sign in and create a new presentation.
We've added a new type set based on Red Hat's Overpass font.
Demo of new background transitions that are available through the style panel of the Slides editor.
A demonstration of the Slides autoplay feature which allows you to make any presentation step through content automatically.
This deck will briefly guide you through the new Pro feature: PDF exports. All Pro users are now able to generate a PDF version of their decks at the click of a button.
You can now add background images to individual slides. This presentation will give you a brief look at how that works.
We're happy to announce the launch of Slides. This deck will give you a brief walkthrough of the product.