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Creating a Prezi Analytics link

Want to see who opens your presentation, how many times, and which parts of your presentation the viewer focuses on? Prezi Analytics allows you to do just that. Just create a tracking link for your presentation. There are two ways to do so: in Prezi Next and directly from Prezi Analytics.

Paid feature: Prezi Analytics is available for users with a Premium or higher Prezi Next 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.

Creating a link in Prezi Next

You can create a Prezi Analytics link directly from your dashboard. Anyone who has the link can access a presentation but not edit it. When you create a link, you can choose to require viewers to identify themselves with their name and email and to track and view data using Prezi Analytics.

  1. From the dashboard, click the Arrow icon in the thumbnail of a presentation to get the detailed view screen.
  2. Click Create a new link.
  3. Name your link. It’s best to choose a memorable name to distinguish from other links.
  4. Choose to track the link. You can also require viewers to identify themselves.
  5. Click Create link.
  6. You’ll see the link appear on the pop-up. Copy the link and send it to out.
  7. When you’re finished, click Done.

Creating a tracking link in Prezi Analytics

If you're online, you can also create a tracking link directly from Prezi Analytics.

  1. From your Prezi Analytics page, click Create new link.
  2. Choose the presentation you want to share.
  3. Type the name of the person or company you want to share it with.
  4. Click Create link.
  5. Copy (CTRL/CMD+C) the link and send it out.

To learn more about viewing presentation data in Prezi Analytics, check out this article.

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