Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Collaborating online, part of Prezi Essential Training.
- In the previous movie on privacy settings and sharing…I mentioned how Prezi gives you the ability…to collaborate and work on your Prezi with others…online and in real time.…By sending a link to your collaborators…you can all work on the same Prezi in real time.…Seeing each other's edits, additions,…and changes even whey you're not in the same room…or in completely different parts of the world.…Up to 10 people can collaborate at a time.…Which can be especially useful…if you're all working on or are responsible…for different sections of the Prezi.…To set up a collaboration come up to the share menu.…And click Share Prezi.…
So we walked through this entire dialogue box previously…but only from the perspective…of someone who wants to share the Prezi with others.…But now we want to be able to work on it too.…First of all, each person you're going to collaborate with…needs to have his or her own Prezi account.…When ready to invite people,…click an email field under Add people…and enter each person's email address.…
The course also explores how to collaborate with others on a prezi, publish it, and present it remotely on computers, tablets, and other devices.
- Planning your presentation
- Creating a new prezi
- Using the theme wizard
- Adding text, images, links, and more
- Aligning, layering, and grouping elements
- Adding video and audio to a prezi
- Collaborating on a prezi
- Printing a prezi
Skill Level Beginner
1. Overview of Prezi
Planning your presentation4m 12s
2. Getting Started
3. Working with Basic Content
4. Arranging and Zooming
5. Working with Multimedia Elements
6. Presenting Your Prezi
7. Sharing and Publishing Your Prezi
Next steps1m 33s
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