If you've created a Nearpod lesson using the Google Slides add-on, typically when you edit that lesson, you will be taken to back Google Slides. There are some instances in which a version of this lesson will be created that will be edited within Nearpod.
- If you share the lesson from within Nearpod, the teacher who receives the lesson will receive a version that can be edited within Nearpod. To share the Google Slides version, use the sharing feature within Google Slides.
- If you duplicate the lesson within Nearpod, the copy will be a version that can be edited within Nearpod. To duplicate the Google Slides version, use the copy feature within Google Slides.
- If you have a Silver account, and your library contains a lesson that was built in Google Slides, you will be able to edit these lessons within Nearpod.
Nearpod's Google Slides add-on is available to teachers with Gold, Platinum, School, or District accounts. Learn how to Nearpodize your Google Slides lessons without the add-on here.