You and your team can now work together on engaging videos, presentations and designs directly from Slack and use helpful in-app commands and notifications for better collaboration. Here's everything you need to know about using the Prezi all for Slack.
Adding the Prezi app in Slack
You can set up and manage the Prezi app for Slack from the Notifications tab of your account settings page. To learn more, please read this article.
You can share all your Prezi content, including presentations, designs and videos in any channel or private message via a link that comes with a preview. What's better, the others will be able to view your videos directly from Slack, without having to open the link in a browser.
Notifications keep team members up to speed when someone shares, views, comments, or likes their presentations, videos, or designs. With the Prezi app for Slack, you'll always get a notification when:
- a team member shares a presentation or design with you for viewing
- you've been added as a collaborator to a presentation or design with editing rights
- someone left a comment on a presentation you own or collaborate on
- someone mentioned you in a comment left on a presentation
- a collaborator is editing a presentation you're working on together
- someone is viewing a presentation you shared via an Analytics link
- someone liked your video
- someone reused your video
You'll be able to trace back these notifications at any given time in the left sidebar of Slack under Apps.
Make collaboration smoother by using commands that make it easier for your team to start working on individual or shared Prezi projects. Use /prezi-video to share a link from which everyone can start working on their own Prezi Video right away.
Use /prezi-present to share a link from which anyone in the channel or chat can start their own presentation in Prezi Present.
Use /prezi-shared to start working on a presentation together - this command will automatically add everyone in the given channel as a collaborator so you can all access and edit the presentation.