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In this course, author and sought-after presenter Lisa Larson-Kelley introduces Prezi, a cutting-edge tool for creating dynamic presentations. Discover how to add layers of meaning to static presentations with multimedia, spatial relationships, and movement.
The course demonstrates the features and benefits of an effective Prezi presentation, shows how to navigate the user interface, and explains how to create, animate, share, and publish a prezi. Plus, Lisa shows how to present your prezi to a remote audience, via a web browser or your desktop.
Sometimes you may have a Prezi that contains sensitive or confidential information and you only want to share it internally. Or you want to wait to share your Prezi until it's actually finished. If you're a paid Prezi user, You have access to privacy settings that allow you to limit access. There are three levels of privacy in Prezi, available to users with Enjoy and Pro accounts, public and reusable, public and private. Public and reusable is the most open of the choices. This means that you have shared the Prezi with the world on prezi.com.
And that anyone can make a copy of your presentation and use it as a basis for their own. Your original Prezi won't be touched. People can only make copies and edit their own copy. And this option is great if you want to create templates. Or share elements such as sound effects, animations or art work that are inside the Prezi. And public allows anyone to see your Prezi but they cannot reuse or edit it. And private limits access to only those people that yyou share the link with. It's not searchable on prezi.com or indexed by Google.
If you ever want to revoke that private access, you can reset the link. If you're using the free account, you should know that your Prezis are all going to be set to public. They will also be set to allow reuse by default. That means that anyone can make a copy of your Prezi and alter it in any way they like and publish it again. You can turn reuse off, but you have to upgrade if you want to make them private. Let's jump over and take a look at how to set those privacy options. Here we are on the Your Prezis page on prezi.com and let's edit the privacy settings on this Prezi.
I'll click on the name and that takes me to the preview page for this Prezzi and right below the Prezzi you can see there's a button indicating the current privacy setting. In this case the Prezzi is set to public and reusable. This is actually a button and if you click on it you're presented with your options. You can adjust the slider to set the privacy level you want and we're getting a little help text as you're moving along so as you can see what the privacy settings actually mean. I'll keep this as public and reusable and to close the window, you click the little x.
And the privacy settings are now saved. As of now, there are no options to share with only a small group of people or to revoke access to just one person. If you want to block someone from accessing your Prezi that you've given permission to previously, you'll have to reset everyone's links an then resend only to those who you still want to share with. This can be a little bit of a pain, especially if you want to share with everyone in your group or company, but not publicly. So keep an eye out for improvements in privacy management in future versions of Prezi.
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