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Getting started with Live Prezi

You’ve got your presentation created and loaded. Now it’s time to present it live to anyone, anywhere in the world. Live Prezi allows you to present in real time without the need to be there in person. Just send your link and launch Live Prezi to get started.

Paid feature: Live Prezi is available for users with a Plus 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.

1. If in the editor, click the Share icon at the top of your screen, then select Live Prezi or click the arrow next to the Present icon and select Live Prezi.


Alternatively, you can click the Live Prezi button directly from the detailed view screen which you can access by clicking the cogwheel icon on the presentation thumbnail from the Prezi Present dashboard.


2. You’ll get a pop-up with your live link. Copy it and send it to your audience.


Note: This link is not the link to your presentation itself. Unless you’ve shared your presentation in another way, your client will only be able to see it when you are presenting with Live Prezi.

If you’d like to protect your Live Prezi with an access code, flip the toggle switch to the right.

Enter an access code or click the arrow to auto-generate one. Then, copy the code and send it to your audience along with your Live Prezi link. This code can be changed every time you give a Live Prezi presentation.

When you’re ready to present, click Start Live Prezi


If you don’t like your original link name, you’re not stuck. You can change it at anytime, but we recommend choosing one that’s memorable for you and your audience.

Simply click the pencil icon in the field next to your link. Then, enter your new link name and click Confirm


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