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Adding URL links to content in Prezi Design

If you'd like to redirect your viewers to another webpage from your design, you can do so by adding URL links to the objects on the canvas. You can add links to text objects, graphics, shapes, as well as charts and maps.

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Adding links to text objects, graphics, and shapes

  1. Click on an object to select it.
  2. Head over to the settings panel on the right and click on Add link.
  3. Enter the URL you'd like to use, and click Apply.

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Adding links to charts

If you've included a chart in your design, you can add URL links to specific data entries (e.g. add a custom link to one of the bars of a bar chart).

  1. Double-click on the chart or expand the Edit data tab in the right-side settings panel to access the datasheet.
  2. Select the cell you wish to hyperlink and right-click on it.
  3. In the menu, select Add/change link.
  4. Enter the URL you'd like to use, and click Apply. Now, when hovering over the specific data entry, it will appear as a clickable object.

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Adding links to maps

You can also add links to areas of Area maps, as well as specific locations displayed on Icon maps.

  1. Double-click on the map or expand the Edit data tab in the right-side settings panel to access the datasheet.
  2. Select the cell you wish to hyperlink and right-click on it.
  3. In the menu, select Add/change link.
  4. Enter the URL you'd like to use, and click Apply. Now, when hovering over the specific data entry, it will appear as a clickable object.

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You can also add links to other pages within your design. Read the article on page linking to learn more.

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