Prezi Present is our latest generation presentation platform built on HTML5 technology, which gives you a consistent, high resolution, and smooth experience for your conversational presentation needs. Whether you’re giving a pitch to a potential client, training employees, or outlining future business plans, Prezi Present enables you to convey your message in a memorable way through conversational storytelling.
Check out this video and read more below for some helpful tips on getting started.
Installing and logging in
Prezi Present is available online and as a desktop application for Windows or Mac. You’ll need about 650MB of space for installation.
Working in your language
Prezi Present is available in English, Spanish, German, French, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, Italian, and Hungarian. You can change the language at any time.
Starting a new presentation
Once you’ve logged in, you’ll be taken to your dashboard that has all the presentations you can view and edit. Just click the Create from template button at the top and a new editor window will pop-up. From there just choose a template and click Use this template and then set your theme. It’s that easy. (You can also choose the Convert PowerPoint option and convert your existing slides into a Prezi presentation.)
Structuring a presentation
A Prezi Present presentation’s structure consists of chapters that follow a path using connectors. Your overview will show the titles of each topic, and once you enter a topic, your subtopics will be revealed.
Working together on a single presentation
Got a group project? You can work with up to 10 users on a single presentation. Increase your efficiency and collaborate more effectively.
Commenting on a presentation
Whether you’re co-editing a presentation or getting feedback, Prezi Present tools make it easy and effective with comments.
Sharing a presentation
Once you’ve created your presentation, share it. Simply send the link, and anyone who has the link will be able to view your presentation. You can also send an exported version of a presentation.