speaker notes shared but hidden by default
would be amazing to be able to share with speaker notes but not have them omnipresent. have a button or keystroke that toggles show-notes. so by default they aren't shown, but if a student/audience member wants to open them up they can - without having to go into full speaker mode.
Neil Cabezas commented
The speaker notes are also an opportunity to include “stage directions.” These can be anything from reminding yourself to click and advance an animation, gesture to a co-speaker or member of the audience, or even take a breath and pause. https://www.indigocard.org/
Speaker notes are notes added to PowerPoint presentation slides as a reference for the presenter. Notes in a PowerPoint slide are hidden during the presentation and only visible to the one presenting the slides.
When creating a PowerPoint presentation, you can add in notes to each slide you create. Those are meant to help the speaker deliver their presentation, and everyone else is not supposed to see them. Most of the time the presenter will print their notes and use them when on stage, or spend hours memorising them.
Add speaker notes to each slide to help you remember what you're going to say ... During your presentation, the speaker notes are visible on your monitor, but aren't By default, PowerPoint is set to use Presenter view when you run a slide show.