Olive’s Tip of the Week – Using Pixabay Images

Nate Brown Blog

Hello there! I’m Olive, and I’m back with another paw-sitively amazing 30hands Quick Tip of the Week! This week’s tip is on using images from the open source image search engine, Pixabay. Pixabay is great because all of the images are free to use and there are so many pictures to choose from! Without fur-ther ado, let’s check out how to use Pixabay in 30hands! There are two different ways to use Pixabay in 30hands: 1. Using a Pixabay Image as a the background for a slide. 2. Inserting a Pixabay Image into a pre-established slide. To use a Pixabay Image as the background for a slide, click the white “+” sign at the bottom left. The “Add Slides” menu will pop up; select “From Web.” A Pixabay Image Search will then pop up! Search for whatever you would like, and select the images you would like to be slides. They will then appear as slides in 30hands!   You can then use the image as you would a regular slide! Meow, I know what you are thinking; “But Olive, how do I put a picture upawn the background image we just selected for the slide?” Well, I’ve got the answer for you! First, you must find the picture you would like to add to a slide. Go to your device’s web browser and go to an open source image search engine, like Pixabay. Search what you are looking for, and once you have found an image you like, tap the image …

Olive’s Tip of the Week – Copying Slides in 30hands Pro

Moia Rowsome Blog

Hi everyone! I’m Olive the cat and welcome to my Quick Tip of the Week section! Each week, I’ll be sharing some of my clever tips on cool features in 30hands Pro. So what’s on the agenda for this week? Copying slides, of course! By using the ‘Copy Slide’ function, you can create a second version of the same slide. But why on earth would I want to do that?? Well, you’d be surprised how useful it is! Here are some examples: 1. Maybe you want something new to appear on your screen? You just copy the slide and add in your change to the copied slide. You can do this as many times as you like to have multiple objects appear on your slide or have them move to create an animation. Cool, huh? 2. How about when you want to add narration to the beginning or the end of one particular slide without going back and starting over? You can just copy your slide and narrate your new sentence onto the copied slide. It will come out all in one go in your published product! Purrfect! I have found this to be a much quicker and easier way to narrate something new onto a slide. 3. Maybe you want to create a stop motion effect in your slideshow? The copy slide function is essential for this. We will be talking about this in more detail in a future post, so be sure to check in again! Oh! Before I get back to napping, I should probably explain …