Upload ShowMe slides and videos directly into Google Drive

As a classroom aid, one of many purposes of ShowMe is to provide an intuitive tool that helps make your teaching as simple and stress-free as possible. While creating presentations from within the ShowMe app is very convenient, until now it wasn’t always easy to take your work with you. Today, we are thrilled to announce our Google Drive full integration.

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How to use ShowMe on desktop

ShowMe is optimized from the ground up for mobile use, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t do plenty from your workstation. By accessing your ShowMe profile page from the ShowMe website, you can edit your profile, create courses and groups, view and edit your existing courses, and more. Any changes that you make will immediately carry over to the ShowMe app on your tablet.

 

Getting the Most Out of ShowMe Slides and Videos

ShowMes take two main forms: slide presentations, and video presentations. Slides consist of static images with written or drawn content, while video presentations allow you to narrate your drawn or written actions while performing them. Both of these options are available for use with your free ShowMe account, along with the ability to save up to 15 minutes’ worth of ShowMes.

 

Introducing: ShowMe Slides!

ShowMe, much like education, is all about community. The educators who use our software on a daily basis provide valuable feedback for how we can continue to improve the ShowMe platform, ensuring a positive, meaningful experience. One of the most frequent questions we received was about the ability to print your ShowMes, making them easy to distribute to students for use when not on a device.

 

ShowMe Spotlight: Typing Tool

While much of your work in ShowMe will likely be based around using the drawing tool, there are times where you need to fit a detailed description or a tip on the screen; in cases such as these, the drawing tool won’t cut it, no matter how precise your stylus is. Fortunately, ShowMe’s built-in typing tool allows you to create a text box anywhere on your ShowMe slide.

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