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Add a videoask to a Google Slides presentation

Looking to collect feedback after a workshop or share your videoask in a presentation?

Embed your videoask in Google Slides or other presentation tools like Keynote and Powerpoint with this quick trick.

Note: Bear in mind this is not a true embed. Respondents will be directed to a new tab or window to interact with your videoask; they will not be able to do so from within the presentation.

Insert a videoask into your presentation

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Click Share & Embed.

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2

Click the Email tab.

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3

Right-click on the email gif that displays in the preview and select Save Image As...

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The slide will now display a gif of your videoask (but is not yet linked, so you're halfway there!).

Note: The gif is a visual sample of your videoask, not a true embed. To allow people to open and interact with your videoask, you still need to link to it (see below).

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In VideoAsk, go to the Link tab in your share menu and Copy your videoask URL.

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In Google Slides, select the gif and click Insert link, then paste the link of your videoask.

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Now, when someone clicks the gif in your presentation, they will be redirected to your videoask in a new tab.

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You can link to your videoask in multiple ways:

  • link the animated gif 
  • show the full videoask link as text
  • add a QR code (requires the use of a QR code generator)

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