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Effortlessly insert slides into multiple student presentations at one time using Slip-in-Slide. You can choose to send one or many slides from your presentation to an assignment folder in Classroom.
Push any number of slides to an entire folder of student presentations making distribution of new materials quick and easy.  Integrates with the folder structure of Google Classroom to send your slides directly into students existing presentations.  Perfect for a Google Slides based interactive notebook.

Updates 9/20/20: 
1) Updated alerts and improved licensing check
2) New Error reporting to identify reasons for failed slips.

Updates 9/12/20
1) No longer requires ownership of source presentation, slip from any Google Slides file you are owner or editor, allowing user to use collaborative slides and the use of Shared Drive storage
2) Now compatible to Google Slide Shortcuts (hint: place a shortcut of the Google Classroom template file to keep it up to date for new students)
3) Now allows up to 9 classrooms
4) Improved efficiency of code to reduce slip times (approximately 3 slides per second compared to 5 slides per second in August 2020 versions)

Note: Installation may require approval by your Admin.  If installation fails, contact your IT department.

(Version 83 - 9/22/20)
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A User of Slip-in-Slide
September 26, 2020
I love that I can add slides to my student's notebooks. However, today it won't work—it's been glitchy. Also, I wish that you could insert slides in a certain place, like after slide 14, instead of at the top or bottom only.
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A User of Slip-in-Slide
September 25, 2020
I just started using Slip-in-Slide this week, but it's telling me that my 90 day trial is expired! I was considering purchasing it, but I want to try it out for a little while longer before I do that!
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Laura Duggan
September 23, 2020
The program is awesome, and works well. I haven't found many issues so far. I've even slipped slides into decks where students are working during class time! Great for building slide decks one step ahead of the students! However, could you please fix the typo in the animated working window? You spelled presentations wrong.
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A user of Slip-in-Slide
September 24, 2020
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Mrs. M Devine
September 23, 2020
I was able to slip in a slide last week, but today the slip did not work. Also, if you have more than one slideshow in the folder where you are housing the targeted slideshow, the slides get slipped into ALL of them.
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A User of Slip-in-Slide
September 23, 2020
I really want to love this add-on to use with my students' digital Google Slide notebooks but when I click on the folder that the notebooks are in in Google Classroom the select button is unable to be pushed. What is going on?
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A User of Slip-in-Slide
September 23, 2020
I like slip in slide. It is a little quirky though. Sometimes it does not recognize the files in the folder. I always use the document add ons options, it seems to find the files better. It does save time when you are working with multiple slide decks. I would recommend that the app be updated to allow slides to be added to specific places in slide decks (for example, after slide 3)
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A User of Slip-in-Slide
September 18, 2020
Is anyone else having this issue: When I try to add a new slide destination to one of my Google Classrooms, I get through to the folder selection and then the welcome message pops up about the app being ready to use and I can't do anything. It's like a race against the message and I never win.
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A user of Slip-in-Slide
September 23, 2020
Version 83 (released 9/22/2020) should no longer have this issue. The welcome message only happens once now. It used to be a sign that the menu has updated, but now that is not necessary. Try it out and let me know if it is working for you now.
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Karen Sultan
September 18, 2020
Does this work in Canvas?
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A user of Slip-in-Slide
September 23, 2020
Hello Karen, Slip-in-Slide utilizes the folder structure of Google Drive, so it can be used with LMS's like Canvas, Schoology and Google Classroom. If you have a folder of student presentations (and have editing rights) then you can slip new content to the presentations in that folder. If you are utilizing the Google Assignments (LTI 1.3) then there will be an "Assignments" folder that is basically like the "Classroom" folder when using Google Classroom. Give Slip-in-Slide a try. You have 90-days to see if it will work in your situation.
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A User of Slip-in-Slide
September 15, 2020
Love it!!!
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A user of Slip-in-Slide
September 23, 2020
Thank you. I hope you enjoy the new ability to use shared documents and the recently release failure reporting that helps identify why a slip may have failed.
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Alexandra Napier
September 14, 2020
I want to like this app. It works sometimes which is more frustrating than it never working. It takes a TON of time to send slides to all of my classes (only 5), but each class takes more than 10 minutes and must be done individually even with the multiple files feature (you still have to send the slides individually to teach class). Today I discovered that 2 out of the 5 classes I spent time sending slides to yesterday didn't receive the slides. The "I sent you slides" screen pops up showing all classes have received the slides, but it cannot be trusted and it does not always appear. The program seems to get stuck and the "sending slides' screen can stay up for hours. I usually manually check that the slides have been sent. Super frustrating. At this point I'm glad I'm still in the free trial period, not convinced it's worth paying for. Wish it worked better....... this could be so good.
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A user of Slip-in-Slide
September 23, 2020
Hello Alexandra, Slip-in-Slide has been updated multiple times since your post in an effort to provide more flexibility, reliability and speed. Since this add-on was first created the time to slip a slide is about 20% of what it used to take. As a standard of measure I have used, it takes .125 seconds/slide being slipped. For my test to slip 36 slides to 100 presentations that is about 7.5 minutes (36 slides x 100 presentations x 0.125 seconds per slip = 450 seconds or 7.5 minutes). The time it takes is dependent on many factors including some that cannot be controlled like how busy Google's Servers are at the moment. Give the updated Slip-in-Slide another try and see if it is working better for you.
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