Topics and subtopics are the foundation of a Prezi Next presentation. Each main point you cover is considered a topic, and the supporting pieces of information are the subtopics. It's vital to understand topics and subtopics in order to use Prezi Next effectively.
- Alright let's talk about topics and subtopics.…As I mentioned earlier, you should already have an idea…of the topics you want to cover in your presentation…before you start building your Prezi.…That way you'll have an idea of how much content…you'll need to arrange on your canvas.…I'm still working with the Prezi I created in the previous…movie and for this example let's say I'm building…a presentation for my fictitious hotel chain called…the Landon Hotel.…We have locations all over the world…and in this presentation I want to highlight some…of our locations and talk about the history of the company.…Here in the lower left we have the add topic button.…
Now if you click it you'll instantly add a new topic.…I'm going to click the arrow on the right side…of the button though.…And this let's you choose one of the two topic types…you can add to your Prezi.…Planet or stack.…We're going to look at both of these…and I'll select planet first.…And that adds our first topic to our Prezi.…So this planet type topic shows up as a circle.…
- 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
1. Create Your Prezi
2. Edit Your Prezi
3. Collaborate with Colleagues
5. Share Your Prezi
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