Welcome to the fourth and final tutorial! I'm delighted to see you have made it this far. Without further ado, let's find out how to insert the questions you have created into a presentation.
We'll start with PPT, Keynote, and PDF presentations. If you use Google Slides, skip to the second part below.

1. PowerPoint, Keynote, and PDF

Step 1: Add the file
Click on Add presentation to select the file you will be presenting. It may take a few minutes for the file to upload and convert.
If you use PowerPoint, you can also use our PPT add-in to insert questions directly into your file. No need to upload it onto Wooclap!

Step 2: Insert the questions
Once the file has been converted, click on Insert questions.
To insert a question, select it on the right side of the screen, then drag and drop it in between slides of your presentation (we recommend inserting "0. How to participate?" as the first slide).
You can see a preview of any slide or question on the left side of the screen.

Click on Save at the bottom of the screen to save the changes.

Step 3: Start the presentation
Click on Start next to your presentation, and use the right arrow to move from slide to slide. Once you reach a question, it will be displayed on the audience's screens for them to answer.

2. Google Slides

Google Slides presentations are different from PowerPoint, Keynote, and PDF files because questions can't be inserted in between the slides of Google Slides presentations. You can, however, easily switch between your slides and real-time votes. Here's how to proceed:

Step 1: Publish the file
Open your Google Slides presentation and click on File > Publish to the web > Publish > OK. You can then copy the link you will use to add your presentation to Wooclap.

Step 2: Add the file
Click on Add presentation and paste the link you just copied in the field next to Google Slides.

Step 3: Start the presentation
Click Start to display the presentation.
As discussed in the previous tutorial, you can use the toolbar at the bottom of the screen to switch between your presentation, your questions, and the message wall.

You can also use these keyboard shortcuts:

  • p : display presentation
  • q : display question
  • w : display message wall (if the wall was not yet active, this will turn it on)

The end

You have successfully completed the final tutorial! I'd say that deserves a little cheer, perhaps even some applause. Enjoy that "woooooooclap" sound, it might start sounding familiar!

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