In a recent update, Google Slides has introduced an exciting new feature that allows users to showcase the mouse pointer of others. Not only can you see where someone else is on a specific slide, but you can also track their text edits. This interesting capability is similar to the feature on Sheets that identifies individuals by color-coded names.
To enable this feature, simply navigate to the “View” tab and select “Live Pointers.” From there, choose “Show my pointer.” The activation process for this feature is expected to be available soon for Workspace customers and personal Google accounts.
TLDR: Google Slides now allows users to display other individuals’ mouse pointers and track their text edits. This feature, resembling the one on Sheets, is accessible by enabling Live Pointers through the View tab. Workspace and personal Google account users can expect this feature to roll out in the near future. [Word count: 116]