Create Inspiring Presentations with Adobe Stock and Google Slides
Staff Writer By: Sandria Tran, Adobe Blog
Add-ons are useful features that let you do more with your Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Today, the Adobe Stock team is proud to announce the availability of our new add-on for Slides, allowing users to easily create, edit, and collaborate with the best images at your fingertips without leaving your Slides workflow. Search for images by keyword, explore curated collections, or perform a visual search by uploading an image of your own and having Adobe Stock find something similar.
Here are some of the key ways to get the most out of Adobe Stock in Slides:
Searching for the perfect image can be a cumbersome and time-consuming task. With the Adobe Stock add-on for Slides, you can easily perform a keyword search or browse the many curated collections available directly inside the add-on panel. With Visual Search powered by Adobe Sensei, you can even drag and drop an image onto the search bar and see high-quality, royalty-free results that match the color, tone, and composition of your uploaded sample.
Slides offers many template options -- pitches, portfolios, and other pre-made presentations -- all designed to make your work that much better and your life that much easier. Many of these templates are organized with image placeholders so you can confidently customize them with your desired images, knowing that the overall presentation will stay organized and balanced.
Preview and License
As you work and collaborate on your presentations, you can easily insert a preview image into your layout to test different options. Once you're ready to commit, you can acquire licenses to images without leaving Slides and re-use licensed images as needed with a single click. All previewed and licensed images are listed in the History menu.
"Working with Google to develop a stock service add-on for Google Slides has been an important step in ensuring that customers are enabled with the best tools for their presentation needs," said Vikram Viswanathan, Director of Strategy & Product Partnerships for Adobe Stock. "Users are able to work and collaborate through the Google Slides experience while leveraging high-quality, royalty-free images from Adobe Stock with the confidence that the images come with the appropriate licenses for their business."
To install the free add-on, please visit the Chrome Web Store.