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I followed your instruction, but I am still unable to view the google slides in Confluence.
Thanks for providing the screen shot so we can get a better understanding on the current status of this issue. It seems that it could potentially be either Google or Confluence side issue after going through the thread I stumbled upon here:
In this case, I would recommend you to go through the solution suggested by Yasmin first before attempting the fix shared by Andy. Keep me posted on the outcome. Thanks.
I'd like an option to lock the view to the one slide. Scrolling on the web page can cause the slide to change without the user knowing the slide had changed.
I want to be able to present a single slide of my choice and not allow us her to accidentally page through the slides.
I dont care of they click to open the deck and view the slides.
If you are using Confluence Cloud, you can use our add-on: HTML & Iframe Macro for Confluence
In order to embed embed Google slides, please follow these steps:
Go the Confluence page, open above mentioned HTML macro and paste the iframe embed code to macro body. Finally, publish the Confluence page and Google slide should be embedded.
Feel free to contact us if you face any issue.
While I was successful embedding a Google Slides deck into a wiki page using the Widget Connector macro, fullscreen seems to be not functioning.
Does anyone know a reason why or a way to fix this?
As far as I know fullscreen mode is disabled by Atlassian because of security issues related to embedding contents from from the web.