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Canvas & Title Slides

Gary Ploski Updated by Gary Ploski

Canvas and title slides allow you to create customizable content to provide deeper context and narrative to content and calendar views within your presentations.

Four different slide types are available, and there is no limit to the number of slides that can be added to your presentation.

Creating Canvas & Title Slides

  1. Open the presentation editor.
  2. After the last slide, hover over the slide placeholder icon and click the “+” button.
  3. Select the desired Canvas slide type.
  4. After creating the slide you can drag the slide from the end of the presentation to a new position.
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Slide Types

Presentations currently support four different types of Canvas Slides: section header, basic text, text and image, and image only.

Section Header

  • Full-screen text
  • Defaults to H1 Header
  • Centered text
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Basic Text Slide

  • Full-screen text
  • Defaults to P text
  • Left-aligned text
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Image Only Slide

  • Single, full-screen image.
  • Supports .png, .jpg, and .gif images.
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Text & Image Slide

  • Half screen Text
  • Half screen image

Text & Image slide layouts can be customized to display the image on the left, right, bottom, or top of the slide with a text field in the opposite position. 

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Text Editor

Canvas slides that include text support up to 2,000 characters and provide following text formatting and styling options:

Font Type

  • P
  • H1
  • H2
  • H3

Text Styling

  • Bold
  • Italicized
  • Underlined
  • Strike-through

Text Formats

  • Quote
  • Bulleted List
  • Numbered List

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