Sharing ideas, emotions, and thoughts with our friends and family via the internet has become much more fun since the introduction of bitmojis in recent years.
They’re fun, expressive, and we see them in every form of online communication, including on Google Slides!
To learn how to add bitmoji to Google Slides across platforms, keep on reading.
If you work on a desktop device, you can easily add bitmoji to your presentation in a few steps:
First, download the Bitmoji app on your phone (it’s available for both Android and iOS), make an account, or log in to an existing one, and start having fun customising your bitmoji avatar.
Next, get a browser that allows you to install Chrome extensions, such as Google Chrome or any Chromium-based browser (Edge, Brave, Opera, etc.).
Find and install the bitmoji browser extension through the Chrome Web Store and log into your account. Then, click on “Add to Chrome” and watch it pop up in your browser toolbar.
Access your Google Slides presentation and open the toolbar extension. Then, peruse the extensive bitmoji selection before dragging and dropping the ones you like in the presentation.
Note: If you cannot drag and drop, copy your chosen bitmoji sticker via the right-click menu. Then, simply paste it onto your slide.
Adding a bitmoji through your phone is similar to the process above, and the sections below show you how to do it for both iOS and Android.
After downloading and installing both the Bitmoji app and Google Slides, follow these steps:
Note: After completing the above steps you can continue adjusting the image per your liking.
The process on Android phones includes the same steps:
Note: In some cases, you might be able to open the Bitmoji app through Google Slides, instead of saving the photo in your phone’s memory beforehand.
Consider the following tips and tricks when implementing your bitmojis in your presentation:
Click on the bitmoji image inserted on your slide to activate the blue resizing box around the image. Then tug at any of the eight resizing handles and pull in the desired direction. To keep the current aspect ratio, resize using one of the four corner points.
To keep your bitmoji image below or above other images or text, simply right-click the image and there’s a simple way to achieve this. Just right-click on the avatar and navigate to “Order”, where you can choose to bring the image to the front or send it to the back.
You can easily apply transition effects to your bitmoji picture to have it swoosh and swish lively across the slide. To do so, right-click the image and navigate to “Animate”. There, you can select your preferred type of animation.
You can save bitmoji images in a .png format with a transparent background, meaning they can easily merge with the other elements in your slide. However, if your image does have a background, you can easily remove it by using free online tools like remove.bg or Pixlr.
To achieve a fantastic bitmoji virtual classroom look, get images of everything you would like to add to the scene. Simply add them to the presentation via the Google Slides “Insert image”. Naturally, you will need to add items like a wall, floor, carpets, and a blackboard before anything else, including your bitmoji avatar. Finally, you can resize them and reorder them as needed. Additionally, you can share this to a virtual classroom platform you are already using like Google classroom.
Note: Get .png images to avoid wasting time removing backgrounds.
If you came here to find out how to add bitmoji to Google Slides, just follow our step-by-step guides and editing tips presented above. By doing so, you’ll create an amazing project, presentation, or a bitmoji classroom for students or teachers.
Oh, and remember to have fun while doing that!
An aspiring linguist with a background in teaching, I decided to use my years of experience to educate my audience through writing. The chance to apply my knowledge to my articles, fueled by my passion for research helped me develop my skills and learn more along the way, awakening my interest in even more topics. When I’m not typing behind my desk, you’ll find me learning a new language or pouring my thoughts into rhymes.