When opened, it scans all the Slides in the Presentation for accessibility issues.
When the scan finishes, Grackle Slides arranges the document’s elements and structures into 5 categories.
These categories can be seen in the user interface on the right side of the screen.
Elements in each are marked as either accessible or inaccessible. Changes are made by selecting and editing these elements in these categories. For example, images should have alt-text.
Slides presentation properties are important for ensuring the document is immediately well structured.
Each slide within the presentation needs the following properties to be accessible.
Tables within slides are commonly inaccessible.
They pose a special challenge for screen readers because they present textual or numerical data to be easily referenced visually.
Grackle checks through Slides Elements to make sure alt-text is present and lists conform to standards.
Grackle scans against and helps resolve two content-related accessibility issues.