We all know that Google is the best search engine in the world. What you may not know, is how many other very useful services they offer to help small businesses grow and succeed. One such service is Google Web Stories!
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What is Google Web Stories?
Google Web Stories is a platform which allows its users to create and share stories. These stories are shown in a slideshow format and can be embedded on any website.
Google Web Stories provides a great way to tell your story with pictures, videos, text messages or voice recordings all together in one place.
It’s super easy to create Google Web Story slideshows from anywhere using just the Google Photos app for Android or iOS devices, Chrome browser extension, G Suite account or mobile phone number.
Each slide is created by uploading content that you want viewers to see next: images; video clips stored locally on their device; photos uploaded directly from other sources like Instagram; YouTube videos saved onto their device; audio files which can be recorded within the service itself before publishing it – and text messages or voice-recorded narration.
Why we should use Google Web Stories?
One thing I love about Google Web Stories is the ability to share as many stories at once with as many people as we want without ever having access to what’s in each other person’s private folder. This means that one person could create a story for themselves while another user could make an entirely different story just for their friends without ever having access to what’s in the other person’s private folder. It also ensures there won’t be any confusion about who made which content if multiple individuals are collaborating on projects together.
Google Web Stories uses a drag-and-drop interface that can be used for any type of content creation, including articles, videos, interactive web pages, presentations or even entire websites
The best part is you don’t have to know how code works to create awesome graphics! The slideshow editor is intuitive enough that anyone can figure it out quickly by dragging images around and inserting text boxes. Google provides easy-to-use tools so users don’t even have to know how code works!
Google Web Stories also has a user-friendly interface that allows you to organize your content in folders or “stories” and customize the number of slides per story. The slideshow editor is intuitive enough that anyone can figure it out quickly by dragging images around and inserting text boxes.
Users have their own personal inbox where they receive notifications on when someone interacts with or shares one of their web stories.