Deactivate single slides
Working on a presentation it would be great to set single slide visible / unvisible.
For e.g. i show the presentation with slide for real people i don'Ät need to show a slide about myself with picture etc..
When publishing later the presentation for all users which see the presentation i could be able to activate the slide with my portfolio / vita / picture.
So i can stay in the same presentation and do not need to make a duplicate of the presentation with some more or less slides in it.
For e.g. adding a button on the right for the slide setting, an eye icon with toggle function visible / unvisible.
Hey! We have added support for hiding individual slides now. The quickest way to hide the current slide is to press CMD+H (CTRL+H on Windows). Alternatively, you can open the arrange mode (ESC) and click the eye symbol the slides you want to hide.
Deactivated slides are only visible inside of the editor. They are removed from all other presentation views, including PDF exports.
Please let us know if you notice any errors.
Thank you for sharing!!
Alfred Williams commented
I would like to be able to do that as well,
Viktor Kirilov commented
OMG I can't believe this is still not implemented - any serious presentation software supports this and shouldn't be that hard to do - come on guys!
Nick Merritt commented
I still don't see a way to do this. Can this please be a priority? Selling slides.com as an alternative to Google Slides is more difficult when standard features like this are missing.
Same, this is an important function. I tried setting a slide class hidden and using display:none in css but it did not work.
Guido Jansen commented
Same here. I do presentations on the same topic, but in different lengths (20 to 45 minutes). Would be great to be able to easily set (groups of) slides to be shown or hidden during a presentation.
Eric Eggert commented
I would like to be able to do that as well, it a function to jump certain slides is available in Keynote, for example. It would also help with forking and then rearranging slides for different audiences.