How to Use YouTube Slides on AhaSlides

How to Use YouTube Slides on AhaSlides

AhaSlides YouTube Slides let you play YouTube videos on both the presenter and audience screen.

Here's how:

  1. Choose the Youtube video that you want to play on AhaSlides
  2. Copy that YouTube link
  3. Paste the link of the Youtube video you want to insert to YouTube link

Remember to check the box Also show on audience's smartphones if you want to show the YouTube video to be shown on the audience's smartphones.


Please note that your audience will need to click the Play button on the video themselves.


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