We’re excited to show you Prezi Present, our new presentation editor that lets you edit your Classic presentations without Adobe Flash.
As Adobe has decided to stop supporting Flash, products that were built on it, like Prezi Classic, will no longer function after 2020.
In anticipation of these and the millions of presentations out there, we've brought over the best of our two editors - Prezi Next and Prezi Classic - to provide you with a new experience in Prezi Present.
Don't worry, your Classic presentations are safe — nothing will happen to them. You will still be able to access, view, and present all your existing Prezi Classic presentations after Flash is discontinued, through your Prezi Present dashboard. If you want to edit your Classic presentations, you can simply convert and open them in the Prezi Present editor with only one click.
Prezi Present includes most of the Prezi Classic features that you know and love, and we’ve designed a way for you to seamlessly migrate your content over from Classic to Present. Here's an introduction to the new Prezi Present editor and an article about everyone's favorite Classic features you can find there as well. In addition to the most popular features brought over from Prezi Classic, we also made improvements to several tools and added new functionalities such as story blocks, presenter notes and the ability to add topics and subtopics.
The main concept of Prezi Present slightly differs from Prezi Classic in the way presentations are structured: here, you can add multiple levels to your content with the help of topics and subtopics that you can zoom into to give depth to your presentation. However, you'll still be able to create Classic-like presentations as well if you prefer your content mapped out on the canvas.
In addition to Prezi Present, you also get access to our other two products, Prezi Video and Prezi Design so that you have all the tools you'll ever need to create engaging and out-of-the-box presentations, videos, infographics and so much more!