Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Configuring privacy levels for sharing, part of Prezi Essential Training (2015).
- In this chapter, we're gonna look…at a couple of ways to share your Prezi…and to make it available for others to view,…starting with the command found here…under the Share menu,…called Share prezi.…This Share feature is great when you have a Prezi…that you don't need to be there to manually step through…and can instead let others navigate on their own.…Now, there are a couple of options here…to determine who can and can't access your Prezi.…First of all, you have the privacy level slider here.…If you're using a free account,…your privacy setting is locked into Public,…meaning anyone can stumble across it…on prezi.com/explore,…and they can view its contents and navigate around it.…
It will also show up as a result…when people search prezi.com or through Google.…If you have a paid account, you can change…the privacy setting to Hidden…or Private.…But if you don't mind others seeing your presentation,…you can leave it as Public.…You can also directly share the address…of this Prezi with others by copying this address here,…
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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