I find myself using the Closed Captions on videos I watch more and more, not because I'm losing my hearing (at least not yet), but because sometimes it's hard to understand what exactly is being said. Well now Google has announced that it will soon be adding real-time closed captions when presenting Google Slides.
So how will this work? When you are in present mode in your Google Slides, a new option will appear titled "Captions" which you will click.
Then as you speak while presenting, Google Slides will use the audio from your computer microphone automatically creating captions of what you are saying.
This will only work in U.S. English on Chrome browsers and will be rolled out in the next two weeks.