One of the big advantages of Prezi Business is that up to 10 users can collaborate on a single presentation. Anyone who’s been given access to a prezi can edit it, and anyone else currently working on the same prezi can see their collaborator’s changes in real time. This video shows how to invite someone to collaborate on your prezi.
- [Instructor] One of the big advantages…of Prezi Business is that…up to 10 users can collaborate…on a single presentation.…Anyone who's been given access to a Prezi can edit it,…and anyone else currently working on the same Prezi…can see their collaborators' changes in real time.…In this video, we'll take a look at how to…invite someone to collaborate on your Prezi.…First of all, it's important to note…that all collaborators have to have a…Prezi Business or Prezi Next license…to be able to edit a Prezi.…They can be part of your team…and have one of the licenses you administer,…but they can also be subscribers…to their own Prezi account, separate from yours,…as long as it's a Prezi Business…or Prezi Next account.…
People using the single-user…classic version of Prezi…won't be able to access Prezis…built in Prezi Business or Next.…Alright, with that said, I'm here on my dashboard,…and, again, this is where you can find…all the Prezis you've created,…and this is what you see after you log into your account.…And I want to set up the Landon Hotel Prezi…
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- Navigating the Prezi Business interface
- Planning and creating your prezi
- Working with the topic and subtopic structure
- Adding images, text, and other content
- Using animations
- Collaborating with colleagues
- Integrating with Slack
- Exporting a portable prezi for presentation
- Presenting with Live Prezi
- Creating a prezi view link