Learn How To Add A Hyperlink In Google Slides

Updated: September 23, 2022| Published: August 5, 2022| SlideUpLift Blog
Learn How To Add A Hyperlink In Google Slides

When designing a Google Slides presentation, you may need to incorporate a hyperlink. A hyperlink in general is described as a word, phrase, or picture that, when clicked, directs the user to a pre-selected document, webpage, or even a portion within the Google Slides presentation itself.  

It is preferred to use hyperlinks as having a URL in plain sight in a presentation isn’t particularly appealing, and it may detract from a great, well-organized piece of work. 

In this Google Slides tutorial, you’ll learn how to include hyperlinks to other web pages, websites, multimedia resources, or even additional slides in the same presentation. 

1. Add a hyperlink to the external link

2. Add a hyperlink to an object, image, or text on another slide in the same presentation

Let’s learn how to add a hyperlink to the external link:

Step 1 – First of all, open your presentation in Google Slides.

Step 2 – Select an element on your slide in which you want to insert a hyperlink.

Insert > Link

Step 3 – Paste the link in the box and click on ‘Apply.’

Now, we will see how to add a link to an object, image or the text for another slide in the same presentation.

Step 1 – Select the element and insert the link.

Insert > Link

Step 2 – Now, click on ‘Slides in presentation’ at the bottom of the box.

Step 3 – Here, you can select the slide that you wish to link to that object.

As you can see, hyperlinks are not only an important aspect of any presentation, but they are also quite simple to integrate. 

Check out this amazing video tutorial for a better understanding!

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