By now, you’re practically a Prezi pro! In the last two blog posts, PowerPoint vs. Prezi and Prezi: Taking the Next Step, you’ve learned the different benefits that Prezi and Microsoft PowerPoint offer, as well as how to use Prezi’s templates, workflow, and various editing options.
There’s one last step to learn - collaborating with Prezi.
Collaborating allows multiple employees to contribute their expertise in order for a presentation or project to be the very best it can be. Not only do employees generally feel happier working together to reach a common goal, but collaborating allows different departments of an organization to give their input, thus, benefiting a greater number of people.
Collaborating through Prezi could not be easier! Once a Prezi is shared with all contributors, it can be accessed by anyone from any location at any time. Additionally, presentations can be edited in real-time by any contributor.
To begin collaborating, simply share your Prezi with your desired collaborators:
When you’re ready to present your Prezi, don’t worry if all your contributors aren’t there! With Prezi, each contributor can take the reins at specific presentation points by choosing to “hand over the presentation.”
Your audience doesn’t need to be present, either! Prezi users can easily access presentations from the convenience of their office, home, or Metro car.
To learn more about collaborating with Prezi, click here.
As we wrap up our discussion on Prezi, we feel confident that you’re ready to use this great resource, and can’t wait to hear about your future presentations!
Written by Catherine Busam, Learning & Development Student Worker