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Using Live Prezi For Your Talks
Using Live Prezi For Your Talks
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Written by Benjamin Dell
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You like working with Prezi making awesome presentations. You already know the platform, and your team is also familiar with it. After creating the best presentation possible, you can use our Send to an External URL option.

Note: If you are using Prezi alone without another integration, such as connecting Prezi to Zoom Meetings or Webex for example, you must be on Prezi's higher plans of Plus or Premium to access Live Prezi.

  1. Create your presentation on Prezi.

  2. Once your presentation is to your liking, click Share > Live Prezi.

  3. Copy the URL Link.

  4. Choose the session for which you are looking to use your webinar platform. If you want to set up a session, select Content > Talks.

  5. On the right-hand side of the session you want to connect, click the ... menu icon to display your available actions. Click on the Manage Talk link.

  6. On the next screen, you have several options for broadcasting the talk. Select Send to an External URL under the Advanced option when using your webinar platform.

  7. Enter your custom webinar platform URL in the box provided and you're all set!

Please note, that since this is not a Native integration - your HeySummit registrations won't sync with Prezi. Your attendees will be redirected to the platform after arriving at the HeySummit talk page and clicking the 'Watch now' button to enter the session.

Important Things To Note:

Check the attendee flow: Your attendees will not be auto-registered for your session. This means your webinar provider might ask them for registration before joining the session. Check your session's settings if you'd like to turn this off.

Check-in early: If you'd like a quick mic and camera check before the session starts, make sure you and your Speakers join before the session starts. You might even want to schedule the session 15 minutes early in Prezi to complete these checks and go over any last-minute essentials!

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