Voice Type Your Google Slides Speaker Notes

by Oct 11, 20210 comments


It’s the last minute before your presentation is due and you didn’t type your Speaker Notes AND you forgot that you use the “Hunt and Peck” method of typing!

No worries! I have a tool for you. In Google Slides there is a dictation tool called “Voice Type”. All you need is a microphone. You talk, it types your Speaker Notes.

Google Slide’s Voice Typing works on PCs, laptops, Macbooks, Chromebooks, Apple computers, and smartphones. Here’s how to use it:

  1. Log into your Google Account.
  2. Open a Blank Presentation or open an existing Google Slide presentation.
  3. Place your mouse insertion pointer in the Speaker Notes pane.
  4. Click on Tools in the menu bar.
  5. Select Voice Type Speaker Notes (keyboard shortcut: CTRL+SHIFT+S)
    • Macbook users will use the Apple key instead of the CTRL key.
  6. Talk into your microphone and Google will start typing your Speaker Notes.
Google Slides Voice Type

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