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Seating Chart Slides by Schoolytics

I had this request by many teachers! I have coded for you the ability to take your roster from a Google Doc and create a seating chart in Google Slides. Each name on the roster is added to a Google Slides as it’s own moveable text box. Note: I teach high school math. Part time I work as a developer for Schoolytics.

Seating Chart Slides by Schoolytics creates a grid of student names in individual text boxes.

Start with a Google Doc

This Add-on is for Google DOCs. It will create a Google Slides with the names of your students arranged in a customizable grid.

Add-ons Menu

In Google Docs use the Add-ons menu.

Install Add-ons in Google Docs

Search for Schoolytics to find the Add-on.

use the search box to search for schoolytics

Show Sidebar

Use the Add-ons menu to select Seating Chart Slides by Schoolytics and show the sidebar.

Use the Add-ons menu to select Seating Chart Slides by Schoolytics. Click on Create Google Slides.

Create Google Slides

After pasting a roster of your student name in the Google Doc, click on “Create Google Slides” in the sidebar of Seating Chart Slides by Schoolytics. This will create a new Google Slides with each students name in its own individual text box. This seating chart is customizable. Drag names around to change the seating arrangement.

Drag the text boxes with each students name on it around to customize the seating chart.

Free Add-ons by Schoolytics

I am working, as part of my job at Schoolytics, on creating solutions to help teachers be more efficient. When you are using a Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Form, etc… go to the Add-on menu and choose “Get Add-ons.” Search for Schoolytics. This will help you to find Add-ons I have coded. These are all FREE and collect NO User Data!!

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