CheckMark Now Works in Google Slides!
EdTechTeam has ended development and support for Checkmark, and it has been removed from the Chrome Web Store. The extension remains functional for existing users on an ‘as is’ basis for a limited time.
When I released CheckMark back in October of 2017, I did not imagine the level of impact it would have on teachers. With tens of thousands of teachers using CheckMark on a weekly basis, I started to hear several requests on a regular basis. First, I heard that comments needed to be customizable, so that feature launched in February. Then, I began to hear from lots of people that teachers needed the ability to use CheckMark in Google Slides. As of today, you can! Simply click some text or an image in Google Slides and you’ll see the same convenient popup menu you’ve come to know and love.
Included in this release are also some fixes, including a more reliable Google Drive sync and improved reliability for long documents.
As always, let me know what you want to see in the next version of CheckMark!
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