Does the logo have to be visible on every slide?
No, it doesn’t! At the beginning and at the end are completely sufficient. “If you want your audience to understand your message better, you should delete logos … because the more graphic and similar elements there are on your slide, the harder it is to keep track” (Tom Grines, Professor of Journalism, in “Zen oder die Kunst zu Präsentieren”).
Anyway, delete anything that might distract the viewer.
This slide is overfilled.
These elements are too much and the heading is too long.
That’s more like it.
Now the logo is still up for discussion.
To hide “unimportant elements” such as footnotes, page numbers, etc. in presentation mode, do the following: In the MASTER, apply the following two animation effects to the elements to be hidden: “Input effect”: “Appear”; Start: “With previous” and Input effect: “Disappear”; Start: “With previous”.