This video walks through the Prezi Analytics page, where you can track the performance of your prezis and your team members in real time.
- [Narrator] Okay, in the previous movie,…I created a tracking link to my Landon Hotel prezi.…Remember, you can copy the links you create at any time…by clicking the menu for the prezi…and then choosing share view link.…And here you'll find a list of all the people…you've shared it with.…Click the one you need and then copy the URL…to paste it elsewhere.…Now, to check the stats of your shared…and tracked prezis, go to the Analytics tab…at the top of the window.…Here, you'll see a group of circles representing…each of the people you've shred tracking links with.…
I only have the one right now,…but if you've shared multiple links,…you'll have multiple circles here…and they'll each be different sizes…depending on how active an individual…has been with your prezis.…And from here, you can also create new links…to send out to other viewers…and see the overall stats for your various prezis.…Again, I've only shared the one prezi so far…so I just see it here.…Notice it says not opened yet.…So I can see right away that Zach…
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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