This video demonstrates how to use the Presenter Notes area to leave reminders for yourself at important points of your presentation.
- [Instructor] One of the cardinal rules of presentations…is that you shouldn't fill the screen with text.…You don't want to force your audience…to read along with you by putting complete sentences…or paragraphs up on the screen for them to read.…Ideally, you should present key bullet points…or illustrative images and expand on them verbally…during your presentation.…Now this does cause some people to worry…about having to remember all the points or information…they want to get across, but Prezi offers…a presenter notes section that's only visible…on your own computer while presenting as long as…you're connected to a projector or a second monitor.…The presenter notes feature is only available to users…with a Plus or higher Prezi Next subscription…and it's only available in the Prezi Next desktop app,…so you can't present from your browser…if you want to use presenter notes.…
So you can see I have the Prezi Next desktop app open here,…and I've opened up The Landon Hotel Prezi…we've been working with.…So you can add notes to the Prezi's overview,…
- Identify the concept that Prezi presentations are designed around.
- Name the Prezi function that lets you zoom in to focus on detail and zoom out to get a big picture perspective.
- Recall how to remove comment dots and close comments in a presentation.
- Explain the difference between presenting from edit mode and from the dashboard.
- Recall how to prevent unauthorized people from viewing a Prezi Live presentation.
- Identify the file type which Prezi presentations can be exported as.
Skill Level Beginner
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