This video walks you through the Prezi Analytics page, where you can track the performance of your prezis and your team members in real time.
- [Instructor] In the previous movie…I created a tracking link to my Landon Hotel Prezi.…If I click the menu button here,…I can see the links that I've created so far.…And if I want to see the details I can simply click on them,…which gives me a little mini version…of the analytics that we're going to be taking a look at.…And I can also click Link settings…to check the settings here.…And I can see here that this is the one…that I've enabled Prezi Analytics on,…and I've also required the viewer name and email.…This is also where you can copy the link again…if you need to send it someone else.…
To check the stats on your shared and tracked Prezis…you can click view on Prezi Analytics…if you've enabled that for this link,…or I can also click Analytics from this screen here.…Again you need to have a premium or teams account…in order to use Prezi Analytics.…But here you'll see a group of circles…representing each of the people you've shared…tracking links with.…I only have the one circle here right now,…but if you've shared multiple links the circles…
- Creating a new Prezi
- Editing topics and subtopics
- Adding text, images, audio, video, and charts
- Using animation
- Working with collaborators
- Integrating with Slack
- Presenting your Prezi
- Sharing your Prezi
- Tracking the performance of your Prezi
Skill Level Beginner
1. Create Your Prezi
2. Edit Your Prezi
3. Collaborate with Colleagues
5. Share Your Prezi
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