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Getting started with Prezi Design

Welcome to Prezi Design, your one-stop graphic design and data visualization tool. With Prezi Design, you can create eye-catching social media posts, interactive infographics or dashboards, engaging animated visualizations, and much more. Just choose a template, add your own content or data, and share your project with the world. Have a look at the resources we've compiled in this article to get started.

Choosing a template for your project

The Prezi Design template library holds hundreds of templates that are grouped into several categories with various use cases in mind. Read this article to learn how to navigate the template library and pick a template:

Using the Prezi Design template library →

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Creating and editing your content

In the Prezi Design editor, you can add various items to the canvas. Insert text objects, charts, maps, videos, GIFs, images, icons, various premade elements, and much more, then customize them however you'd like or make them match your brand style. Learn more by browsing the articles in these sections:

General settings →

Charts →

Maps →

Graphics and media →

Text →

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Making your content interactive

Before sharing your content online, it's possible to make it more interactive by using callouts and adding links to your project. Learn more by reading the articles here:

Interactivity →

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Collaborating with your team

When working on your Prezi Design project, you can invite others to add and edit content or allow them to present your content. Read more here:

Collaborating in Prezi Design →

Sharing and downloading your content

Once you're done working on your project, you can share it online via a link or by embedding it on your website, or you can download your content as a PNG, JPG, PDF, or MP4 file. Learn more here:

Share →

Download →

 

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