In this video, learn how anyone you’ve added as a collaborator to a Prezi has the ability to add comments. Comments are a useful tool for each person to leave and respond to feedback and suggestions. This is especially helpful if collaborators are in remote locations away from each other, or aren’t working on the Prezi at the same time.
- [Instructor] Anyone that you've added as a collaborator to a Prezi has the ability to add comments. Comments are useful tool for each person to leave and respond to feedback and suggestions. This is especially helpful if collaborators are in remote locations away from each other or aren't working on the Prezi at the same time. As long as you're working in a Prezi business teams account everyone in that group can comment. Now to quickly review what we looked at earlier, if I come up to the Share menu and here click Collaborate I can see all the people who have access to this Prezi. And next to their names I can control their level of access. If I want them to be able to comment, they have to either have a Can comment or Can edit selected. When working on a Prezi, you can leave comments on any part of the presentation structure. You can leave comments on a specific topic, on shapes and icons and so on. For example, I'll go into the Locations topic, and let's select the New Locations page here. And let's say I need to add a comment here. I come up to the sub menu and click Add comment, that gives me a window to type in my comment. Let's say this list is tentative. I hit return and there it is. Notice there's now a colored dot both next to the thumbnail and here next to the page to indicate that there is a comment on this particular page. I am going to hide my browser for a moment and switch over to this browser where I'm logged in as Jade Westley, this is the same, exact Prezi. Notice we have this colored dot here on the Locations topic? This is a useful indication for anyone working on this Prezi to see that a comment has been made. Clicking on that dot tells me that there's one comment thread inside this chapter, I can zoom into it. Again we see a dot next to the thumbnail here and on the page itself. And by clicking on it, Jade can read my comment. And of course she can respond to that comment from here too. I have the new list. And now that comment's been added. And back in my browser, if I reload my page here. And click on the comments, Zoom In. And now I can see Jade's comment. So again, you can leave comments on any portion of your Prezi. A quick way is simply right-clicking on an object or even anywhere that's not an object if you want to leave a general comment. So I can right-click here just on my canvas, choose Add comment to overview. And type a comment. And there we have another comment. So at any time I can click the comment button here in the toolbar, to see the comments. Now when the issue or question in the comment has been resolved or answered, it's a good idea to end the comment thread which will get rid of the comment dots on your Prezi. Just open up the comment window and here you can click End thread. That removes the dot. However the record of the comments are still there in case you ever need to refer back to it. For example I can go back in here to these comments, and choose End thread. And it looks like those are gone as well. I just click the Add comment button again and the previous history of comments will appear in the window. And just to reassure you, comments never show up in present mode. So you never have to worry about your presentation being littered with little colored dots. All right, so that's working with comments in Prezi.
- Planning your Prezi
- Creating a new Prezi
- Editing topics and subtopics
- Adding content: 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