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Linking pages in Prezi Design

Forget scanning through pages of a document looking for specific information. After you've created a multi-page design, you can link text, images, icons, shapes, charts, and maps to other pages or sections. Your viewers will be redirected to the topic of their interest in just one click.

Paid feature: The option to create page links 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.

Linking text, images, icons, and shapes to pages

  1. Right-click the object you wish to add the link to.
  2. Select Add link (you can also click Add link in the settings panel on the right).
  3. Switch to the Add link to another page option.
  4. Click Choose page to select the page number. Use the thumbnails for visual help.
  5. Click Apply. That's it, the object will now let your viewers jump straight to the page you added in the link.

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To remove the connection, select the object you've hyperlinked and click Remove link in the settings panel on the right.

Linking charts and maps to pages

  1. Open the spreadsheet of your chart/map by double-clicking on it or by clicking Edit data in the settings panel on the right.
  2. Right-click on the cell you wish to add the link to.
  3. Select Add/change link from the menu.
  4. In the pop-up window, select Add link to another page.
  5. Click Choose page to select the page number. Use the thumbnails for visual help.
  6. After choosing the page, click Apply.

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To remove the connection, right-click the hyperlinked cell in your chart or map and choose Add/change link. Click on Remove.

Note: If you delete a page that you've linked an object to, the link will be lost. Other pages and links, however, will remain intact.

More articles on linking

  • It's also possible to include URL links in your projects. With them, you can give your viewers additional insights on your data visualizations or even generate leads. To learn more, check out the article on adding URL links to your content.
  • To go a step further, link objects and charts/maps to specific tabs of the charts and maps you have in your project. Read the article on adding links to tabs of charts and maps to learn more.
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