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Additional User Integration - Slides

Steps to set up Google Slides with Xkit if you have already integrated with another Google app

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Important

This guide walks you through how to set up Google Slides if you have already connected with another Google app.

If you have not connected with another Google app before, please see: Google Slides as your first Google integration.

Google's Guide: https://developers.google.com/slides/how-tos/overview
Authorization protocol: OAuth 2.0

1. Add the Google Slides connector in the Xkit platform.

  • In the Xkit platform, click "New connector" in the sidebar or at the bottom of the "Connectors" screen.
  • Click "Google Slides".
  • At this point, pause on the Xkit setup and instead continue to the next step to set up the connection on Google's side. You'll return to the Xkit screen shortly.

2. Enable the Google Slides API.

  • In a separate window, sign in to your Google account.
  • From the Google API console, click "ENABLE APIS AND SERVICES".
  • Search "Google Slides" and click on it.
  • Click "ENABLE".

3. Add the required permissions/scopes.

  • From the Google API Console dashboard, click "OAuth consent screen" in the sidebar.
  • Click "EDIT APP".
  • Under "Scopes for Google APIs", select the permissions/scopes your application requires (additional details about the scopes are available here).
  • Click "Add" and then "Save".

4. Complete the Xkit connection setup.

  • Back in the Xkit platform, fill out the Catalog Settings page and click "Save".
  • On the next page, select the same permissions/scopes you entered into Google Slides and click "Save".

You've now successfully connected Google Slides with Xkit!

Updated about a month ago

Additional User Integration - Slides


Steps to set up Google Slides with Xkit if you have already integrated with another Google app

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