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4/29/16
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Joan Tagliareni

Suggesting Edits in Google SLIDES?

I know you can "track changes" in Google Docs by using the "Suggest Edit" function.  How can you do that same thing to track changes in Google SLIDES??
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Jasøn
4/29/16
Jasøn
Hi Joan,

Welcome to the Google Docs Help Forum! Currently, the Suggest Edits feature is only available on Google Docs. 

If you would like to influence future feature additions like this for Google Slides, I highly recommend leaving feedback by following these steps:

Open a Slides file.

  1. Click the Help menu.
  2. Click Report a problem.
  3. Complete the questionnaire.

The product team reviews this feedback regularly and uses it to improve the product over time.


Thanks for sharing!


Regards,

Jasøn


4/30/16
Original Poster
Joan Tagliareni
So ... the only way to "track" changes to look at the Revision History?  Its too bad, if so ... that is a poor substitute for being able to see the changes suggested without a lot of comparing back-and-forth ....
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