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Copy of The Official Prezi Share Tutorial

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Meaghan Hendricks

on 20 May 2015

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Transcript of Copy of The Official Prezi Share Tutorial

There are so many ways to share a prezi!
At any time while editing, you can click the share button in the top right-hand corner of
the editor.
Meet John.
He's just gotten off stage after giving an awesome prezi presentation. Now he wants everyone to remember him even longer by sharing his prezi with them.
is your friend
Hover your cursor here to reveal an additional share icon.
You can also share your prezi via various social
media channels.
Clicking here will reveal additional sharing options, including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
You can also share your prezi by embedding it into your website or blog.
You can find the embed button here.
Clicking on this button will bring up a window giving you a few options to customize how your prezi will appear.
You can set the frame size to specify how big the prezi will be.
And choose whether users can only follow your path, or whether then can pan and zoom freely.
Then copy the HMTL code that appears and paste it into your website or blog.
By embedding you prezi, people can view it without leaving his website or blog.
I believe in life after present!
John has shared with the world, and whoever else he needs to...
... so he can relax, safe in the knowledge that he’s going to be remembered for a long time.
Hover your mouse here to reveal the share button.
You can find the share button here under your prezi.
Find the share button in the top-right corner and select ‘Share prezi...’
This will bring up a share window. allowing you to add someone to the Prezi via email.
Here you can search for someone's name or email to add them to your prezi
The easiest way to make someone else an editor or viewer of your prezi is via email, which can be accomplished by clicking on the share button found in three places.
It's easy to present to anyone, even in different parts of the world
with the present remotely
You can find the "Present remotely" button on the prezi page
Clicking will provide a link to send to people you want to follow your prezi.
You can then click this button to start your presentation.
Whenever you press the share button, you'll also see privacy settings
based on what type of
license you have.
Enjoy & Pro
With this license all prezis you make will be publicly viewable and available on the Prezi Explore page.
By having this box checked, other prezi users are able to make their own editable copy.

On this license, all your prezis are by default reusable.
are not listed on the Explore page and are not indexed by search engines, but are viewable to other Prezi users with a link.

On paid plans, all your prezis are Hidden by default.
Hidden prezis
are not listed on the Explore page and are not indexed by search engines.

Private prezis can't be viewed with a link - you need to be added to the prezi by email.
Private prezis
Present on the go with the Prezi iPhone or Android Apps
Tap on the three dots in the top-right corner
And choose whether that person can just view or edit too.
You can change their access rights or remove them by clicking the icon next to their name.
Tap on the three dots in the bottom-right corner
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