Once you make a presentation, it’s time to spread the word. Prezi gives you a variety of ways to share your presentation. Send a trackable view link, create an exported file that you can present even without an internet connection, or convert it to a PDF to email or print. So, who’ll you share your presentation with?
Sharing a presentation’s view link
A view link allows anyone with the link to view, but not edit, a presentation. When you create a view link, you have the option to require viewer identification and to track its viewing data using Prezi Analytics.
Check out how to send a view link →
Sharing a downloaded presentation
Exporting your presentation creates a standalone file that can be viewed without an internet connection or Prezi account. Once you’ve exported your presentation, you can save or email it and your presentation will be viewable on PC or Mac. This downloaded file can be emailed or stored on a pen drive, hard drive, or your desktop. It’s also great for making a backup.
Learn how to download your presentation →
Saving your presentation as a PDF
You can export your presentation to a PDF file using Prezi and print, email, or keep it for your reference. When you export a presentation to PDF, each view in your presentation’s path becomes a page in the PDF file.