I am super pumped to share this today! I was crazy excited about a year ago when we could start inserting audio in Google Slides. I was pumped! I shared out "Insert Audio (... for kids!) You Can Do" a little more than one year ago. It's not super complicate, and it's definitely doable for both you and students, BUT ... today makes inserting audio CRAZY SIMPLE!
Today ... if you are sitting down ... get ready to jump for joy! I'm going to share something that I absolutely adore and it's many uses! Mote. This tool is my new favorite tool and I can't stop sharing it and finding new ways to use it.
I. Absolutely. Love. It!
If you are interested ... Mote can do far more than record voice comments. You can also provide transcriptions (in over 20 languages) and edit the transcriptions. And you can record "Motes" to be shared in places outside of the Google Apps listed above. (That's a topic for another day - of go to their website https://www.justmote.me/ and learn about their other capabilities.)
Have I convinced you to give Mote a try? If so, I can offer you the chance to have a 60 day FREE trial of the Unlimited tier. Yep - that's right ... click on this link and you get 60 days FREE on the Unlimited tier. Woot!
I thought it would be best to demo each of the ways you can use Mote in the following short videos. While these are ALL awesome ways to use Mote to share audio feedback, I'll give you a tip - I saved the BEST for last ... promise!
Using Mote in Google Docs Comments
Using Mote in Google Sheets ... TWO different ways
Using Mote in Google Slides Comments
Using Mote ON Google Slides
Using Mote in Google Classroom Comments
Using Mote in Google Classroom's Comment Bank
If I've persuaded you, be sure to click on this link that will give you 60 days FREE on the Unlimited tier. And as always, if you have comment or question, be sure to leave it below ⤵.
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Thanks. I really appreciate your article and ideas. I also think Mote is definitely a time saver. I tried it today on slides and inserted them in my Google Classroom. My students who are on a computer say they can hear them, but on the iPad and smartphone they can't click and hear. What do you think Iam doing wrong?
Great question! I was just getting ready to respond when I checked Mote's support site. It appears Motes added like you have (& how I do it ON the Slides) doesn't work on the edit mode of Slides on mobile/tablets. Boo!!!Delete