Unlocking Creativity: Incorporating Bitmoji into Your Google Slides Presentations

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In the digital age, communication isn’t just about conveying messages — it’s about creating meaningful, engaging experiences. One way to add a touch of fun and personality to your online interactions is by using Bitmojis. In this guide, we’ll explore how to add Bitmoji to Google Slides, a technique that can transform your presentations into vibrant, interactive experiences.

What is a Bitmoji?

Bitmoji sticker is a personalized emoji service that lets you create a cartoon avatar of yourself. These avatars can be used across various digital platforms, adding a unique personal touch to your online communications.

Why Add Bitmoji to Google Slides?

Adding Bitmojis to your Google Slides presentations can greatly enhance your viewers’ experience. Whether you’re a teacher trying to make virtual lessons more engaging for students, or a team leader aiming to inject some fun into corporate presentations, Bitmojis offer a creative way to express ideas and emotions.

Adding Bitmoji to Google Slides on Desktop

Step 1: Create Your Bitmoji

Before you can incorporate Bitmoji stickers into your presentations, you’ll need to create your avatar. This can be done via the Bitmoji mobile app, available for both Android and iOS devices. After installing the app, you can customize your Bitmoji’s appearance to match your own, or let your creativity run wild and design an entirely unique character.

Step 2: Install Bitmoji Extension

Next, you’ll need to install the Bitmoji extension for Google Chrome or another Chromium-based browser. This extension allows you to access your Bitmoji library right from your browser, making it easy to add Bitmojis to your Google Slides presentations.

Step 3: Drag and Drop Your Bitmoji

Once the extension is installed, you can start adding Bitmojis to any Google slide. Simply open your Google Slides presentation, click on the Bitmoji extension icon, and select the Bitmoji you want to use. Drag and drop the Bitmoji onto your slide, and adjust its size and position as needed.

Adding Bitmoji to Google Slides on Mobile Devices

For Android Users

To add Bitmoji to Google Slides on your Android device, you’ll first need to save your chosen Bitmoji as an image on your phone. Open the Bitmoji app, select the Bitmoji you want to use, and save it to your phone’s gallery. Then, open your Google Slides presentation, and insert the saved Bitmoji image into the slide.

For iOS Users

The process for iOS users is similar to that for Android users. After creating your Bitmoji and saving it to your device, open your Google Slides presentation, and insert the saved Bitmoji image into the slide.

Tips and Tricks for Using Bitmojis in Google Slides

Resizing and Positioning Your Bitmoji

After adding your Bitmoji to a Google slide, you might need to adjust its size or position. To resize your Bitmoji, click on the image to activate the blue resizing box, then drag the corners to adjust the size. To move your Bitmoji, simply click and drag the image to the desired position on the slide.

Creating a Virtual Bitmoji Classroom

For teachers, Bitmojis can be a great tool for creating a virtual classroom in Google Slides. You can insert images of classroom elements like desks, blackboards, and bookshelves, then add your Bitmoji to the scene. This can help create a more engaging and interactive learning environment for students.

Animating Your Bitmoji

For a more dynamic presentation, you can also add animations to your Bitmoji. Right-click on the Bitmoji image, select “Animate”, and choose the type of animation you want to use.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Add My Friend’s Bitmoji to My Slides?

Yes, but you’ll need your friend to share their Bitmoji sticker with you first. Once they’ve done so, you can copy and paste the Bitmoji into your own slide.

Can I Customize the Text in My Bitmoji?

Absolutely! You can search for relevant keywords or phrases to create more personalized Bitmoji stickers. For instance, you could search for “congrats” and add a name to create a custom congratulations message.


Now that you know how to add Bitmoji to Google Slides, you can start creating more engaging, personalized presentations. Whether you’re using Bitmojis to liven up a work presentation or to create a fun virtual classroom, your audience is sure to appreciate the extra touch of creativity.

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