I was wondering if there is a way to have my students who use Keynote instead of PowerPoint put their presentation into a Google Drive Folder and be able to play it from the Drive?  As of now I have to download their presentations to be able to view or play them.  However my students who use PowerPoint or Google Docs I have no problems playing them directly from the Drive.  Is there something that I am missing? TIA!

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Have your students "SAVE AS" PowerPoint when they save their Keynotes. Then they can upload save in google drive. GD handles powerpoints well. In fact, if you open a PPT on an iPad you have more editin options than if you create the presentation right in the Google Slides App!!

Thank you!  I know that the Google Slides app is limited on the iPad.  Even adding pictures to slides is near impossible.  Which I feel defeats the purpose of students making presentations.  I will have them save their projects as powerpoints.  I regularly have them do this on the computer. However, I don't use keynote on the iPad so I am not as comfortable when it comes to helping them out.  Thanks again. 



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