Want to create a Linkedin carousel but don’t know how? You don’t want to spend time learning a new tool to do something this simple?
Well, you don’t need to!
Just start with what you know and love (most of the time 😅):
PowerPoint, Google Slides, or Keynote.
You can make compelling carousels in 4 easy steps:
- Set the size of the slides to 1080 px
- Add your content and design
- Export to pdf
- Upload on Linkedin as a document
Let’s see how in more detail 👇
Linkedin carousels are a great way to share your thoughts more visually and compellingly. It’s also the format that generates the most engagement on Linkedin as of 2022.
You could use great tools like Canva, Figma, or Photoshop if you want to make elaborate or very creative designs. If you already know how to use one of these, go for it.
But what if you just wanted to start and make something simple? A great starting point is to use a tool you already know to focus on the content.
PowerPoint, Google Slides, or Keynote are presentation tools that (almost) everybody knows.
In this Linkedin Carousel, you can see all the steps to make your own 👇
If you want to speed up the process, I’ve made a simple template for all three tools. 😉
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