The best thing about any of the Google work applications is the ease of collaboration. With a simple share, the users can get access to the file that one is working on. But, as much as the benefits they bring, they come with their fair share of downsides too, especially with the chaos it creates.
You have created a Google Slides presentation for your work and then shared the file with your colleagues to make changes and edits to them. While this collaborative approach is quite constructive, it comes with its fair share of complications. The biggest issue is the chaos that happens when multiple people are trying to edit one Google Slide presentation.
Having access to the version history comes in handy in that case and allows you to restore any previous versions that you likely deem a better fit than the current ones. This post will explore everything you need to know about how to check the version history on Google Slides.
- Open Google slides:
- Next, navigate to Files > version history:
- Next, select the “See version history” option:
- Next, you will see all the editing done on the document:
- You can also click the three dots on any version history and you can also name the version: