This post has been updated to reflect the latest version of Dice Slides by Alice Keeler.
Roll Dice in Google Slides
One of my favorite sayings is “I don’t use Google Slides to give information, I use it to GET information.” Using Google Slides to make a presentation is probably the least likely thing I do with Google Slides. It’s an awesome collaboration space! While using Google Slides in edit mode rather than presentation mode your students may have need to roll some dice. Maybe for math, maybe for a Slides game you created, maybe as a way to take turns… who knows!
I have publicly published the Dice Slides Add-on. You can now install it from Google Workspace Marketplace. The Add-on collects NO user data, no PII and can be used with ANY Google Slides.
Under the EXTENSIONS menu you will find the add-on “Dice Slides.” Use this to roll dice within the Google Slides.
A pop up window will let you know the outcome of the dice roll.
That’s it! Just a way to roll dice while using Google Slides in edit mode. Have fun, enjoy!
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