Because Prezi isn’t a slide-based presentation tool, and instead offers you a large canvas on which to layout all the contents of your presentation, it’s especially important to spend some time planning out your prezi before you start building it. This video walks through the main steps in planning and creating your prezi.
- [Instructor] Because Prezi isn't a slide-based…presentation tool, and instead offers you…a large canvas on which to lay out all…of the contents of your presentation.…It's especially important to spend some time…planning out your Prezi before you start building it.…Although it's not that difficult…to adding content later, it can potentially be a hassle,…or require you to spend more time relaying…out your presentation, than it would take…to get it all of your talking points…on the canvas from the beginning.…So you might want to sit down with a pencil and paper,…or your favorite note taking program,…and jot down the plans for your presentation.…
It's a good idea to start by identifying…the main talking points you know you want to cover.…Prezi presentations are all designed around the concept…of topics and subtopics.…For example, if I were putting together…a presentation on my company's line of products,…I might identify the three or four main products…that I think are relevant to my audience.…These products would be my main topics.…
- 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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