Have you ever wished you could make interactive slides (slides in editing mode) in a Google Slide deck fullscreen by hiding the thumbnail images that appear on the left?
Oftentimes teachers use activities created in Google Slides for instructional purposes and they want the slide to appear as big as possible without students seeing the other slides projected on the side. I see more and more teachers projecting slide decks during their virtual meetings and it would be so nice to have the interactive slides cover most of the screen to help avoid distractions.
In the past I have used James Malcom’s Toggle Side Panel to hide the thumbnail images but I recently stumbled upon an even better bookmarklet created by Noreen Ranallo that she shared in our Teach with Tech Facebook group.
In one click you can change your Google Slide decks from:
HOW TO GET THE BOOKMARKLET FOR YOUR BROWSER:
Gif created by Noreen:
UPDATE: Chrome Extension Now Available