Grouping multiple objects would make it easier to manage complex slides. Also adding the option of applying settings on multiple objects like font size / color/ class
We now support grouping! The quickest way to create a group is to select multiple blocks and press CMD+G/CTRL+G. Alternatively, you can right-click and select “Group” from the context menu. Groups can be nested within one another too.
More info and examples in the announcement deck at https://slides.com/news/groups/
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Felix Grund commented
Amazing! The comments suggest that I can't use a whole group as one animated object? That would be an amazing next step!
David Herring commented
I just want to make a cross, not in icon set, so used two lines, but then a pain as not able to group two lines together.
This would be really helpful with animations.
Otherwise you should be able to enable multiple triggers for a single object.
Amit Nain commented
Grouping can help when you want to move rotate or resize multiple objects.
- grouping objects would also help with animations, would be a handy feature to add
- Copying txt from word to slides be helpful
siddiq raza commented
Bhai koi batayega ke mere slide se pese nahi jayega
Felipe Delestro commented
This is a key feature that need to be implemented !
grouping objects would also help with animations, would be a handy feature to add