Keynote Jeopardy Template

New Jeopardy Template for Keynote

We’ve just launched our brand-new Jeopardy Template for keynote. This template has some great features to allow you to host your very own customized, and personalized, Jeopardy game. It’s a fun, great way for any classroom, work training, conference, family or friend get-together to have fun while learning while  playing this fun trivia game powered by keynote on your Mac or on your iPad.

The template features clickable links to jump to the questions quickly and easily. This makes it easy for you to select the question that the contestant has chosen. Then we have a convenient home button link on each question that makes it easy to return back to the jeopardy board. This template is complete with fun animations, transitions, and a final Jeopardy question for the very end of your game.

It’s the perfect template for any teacher, instructor, trainer, or any other person that wants to host a fun trivia game using the classic format of jeopardy using keynote. It’s on sale for limited time 33% off until September 30, 2014, so get it today with this special introductory price.

Watch our video walk-through to see it in action:

Keynote Jeopardy Template Desktop Video Walk-Through:

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12 thoughts on “New Jeopardy Template for Keynote

    • MacTemplates says:

      Hi Sterling, wish there was a way to make it so the question is dimmed or something when it’s already been picked, but there just isn’t a way in Keynote. Some users have projected the game onto a white board and then crossed off picked questions with a dry-erase marker. Hope that helps.

    • MacTemplates says:

      Hi Rich, I wish there was a way to make it so the question is dimmed or something when it’s already been picked, but there just isn’t a way in Keynote. Some users have projected the game onto a white board and then crossed off picked questions with a dry-erase marker. Hope that helps.

  1. Melissa says:

    Can the number of categories be changed? Also, it’s been ages since I’ve seen Jeopardy – how does the final Jeopardy work? Is it really category 6, or are there questions in that column as well? Thank you!

    • MacTemplates says:

      Hi Melissa, the template is setup with 6 categories. Being a template you could always adjust it to have as many or few categories as you want if you are familiar with Keynote. Final Jeopardy basically works by having the contestants make a final wager at the very end. It really doesn’t have anything to do with category 6, I just put the link to it there so you can have an easy to to get to the final jeopardy question after the contestants have gone through all the 6 category questions.

  2. Caroline says:

    Being a year since someone asked this, I was wondering if there was now a way to make the question disappear from the screen once it was used? I bought another template in PowerPoint that has this option, but the template isn’t as nice. So I would love to use this one, but that feature seems extremely important for playing this game effectively.

    • MacTemplates says:

      Hi Caroline, thanks for asking the question. This is a limitation on Keynote not our template. If Apple were to add the ability in Keynote to do this, then we would definitely add it to our template. Some users have projected the game onto a white board and then crossed off picked questions with a dry-erase marker, others just printed the game board on paper and had someone keep track. Hope that helps. Thanks.

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