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Getting an overview of Prezi Present Analytics

Prezi Present Analytics is a great tool that will keep you out of the dark and from wondering, “Did my client view my presentation?” It’ll also help you see how your presentations are performing, what information clients spend most time on, and if you need to fine tune a part of your presentation.

Paid feature: Prezi Present Analytics is available for users with a Premium or higher Prezi plan. Luckily it’s a breeze to upgrade your license and get access to this and all the other great features our Prezi plans have to offer.


The Prezi Present Analytics dashboard will give you an overview of the presentations you’ve sent out, which viewers have looked at them, and for how long. When you visit the analytics page, each link you’ve sent out will appear as a circle. If you hover over the circle, you’ll see the background of that particular presentation.

From this page you can

  • create a new link to send out to other viewers.
  • download a spreadsheet (CSV) of your analytics.
  • get stats on your presentation.
  • see individual viewer stats.

The statistics of your presentation’s performance is broken down according to whom you shared it with, when it was shared, when it was last opened and viewed, total view time, number of views, and the number of viewers.

If a viewer is currently looking at your presentation, you’ll see an “On air” flag to let you know.

View time

The view time is calculated according to how long a presentation is actively viewed, which means the time is not counted if the viewer leaves the presentation open and idle for longer than 60 seconds or switches to another tab or window.


The number of views is measured according to how many times that particular viewer opens your presentation.


The number of viewers marks how many different devices were used to view your presentation. For example, if you send your presentation’s link to a viewer, and it is viewed on both a mobile and desktop computer, you’ll see two viewers.

Analytics on an individual presentation

If you click on the presentation’s circle from the main page, you can view the details of its performance such as average completion rate, overview, and page view summary based on where you sent the tracking link. 


Here you can also edit the reference name, choose to hide the presentation from the company leaderboard, and stop tracking data on your board. For more information on the details of a presentation, check out this article.


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