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Emily Hammell | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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I use Prezi to present information to management, potential partners, and current stakeholders. It helps me keep the audience's attention when reviewing information that can be less interactive or exciting. It definitely helps combat the negative perceptions of "boring" powerpoint presentations, and Prezi's are a lot easier to build so they're visually interesting.
  • Ease of design. You can pretty easily submit your information to a presentation and the design pay-off is great.
  • Variety of concepts. No matter what you're working on, Prezi has a type of presentation for your needs.
  • Remote access. It's very easy to access your presentations from anywhere, send them, and share them!
  • Design instruction. The templates are great and attractive, but I have had issued editing a "template," it can be confusing and frustrating with no real support.
  • Embedding and HTML coding. When I used Prezi, these features weren't available but would have been helpful.
  • Upgraded integrations. You could input videos, but maybe adding gif support would be appreciated.
Very great for providing impressive, attractive presentations that fight the boring Powerpoint stigma and can present your information in a new and exciting way with little work. Also great to be able to share the presentation with viewers so they can access later. Overall, Prezi is a great value and efficient tool.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Prezi has been used in presenting projects to reorganize the hierarchy of our commercial products. It was an extensive process to go through, requiring different levels of grouping, which would be meaningful in reporting and analysis. As there were many levels, it was not easy to present in a traditional presentation program, which is generally static and the animation is relatively difficult
  • Drilling down is easy. Just design carefully and you should be able to navigate easily in and out of complex hierarchies.
  • The stand-alone presentation functionality is a plus. You can download the playable version of your file and use it offline whenever you need.
  • Many samples are available from the community, in different categories to help you gain experience quickly.
  • Advanced design is not easy for standard users. You should have some understanding of layers, hierarchy design, etc.
  • We encountered some difficulties in editing. Sometimes you can not select very close frames, or you may create new objects accidentally.
  • We experienced some color transition issues. The screen flickered with red while transitioning between some objects.
When you have to present complex hierarchical structures, and if your audience would require navigation in and out of the hierarchy, then Prezi is a good candidate for you. But be prepared, Prezi is not as intuitive as a standard presentation tool, and it may take some time to get used to.
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Aura Munguia Cepeda | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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At the school where I work, we started using Prezi a few years ago, as an ICT that would allow us to make classes more dynamic and attractive for our students, since with traditional programs (film projections or use of powerpoint), they could not focus their attention enough and only a few minutes later they were doing other things or conversing with their classmates.
Currently, we use it almost daily when we present new topics to discuss with the students, we also use it when we make school councils or we must present information to the parents of the school.
  • The templates are totally adaptable, and if you do not like them, you can do a custom one without any difficulty.
  • Both the free and paid versions are quite good and useful to start using Prezi.
  • You can store your presentations in your own cloud. Also, if you have the paid version you can download your presentations.
  • Prezi allows transforming the old PowerPoint presentations into a Prezi format, making them more dynamic and achieving an air of innovation.
  • Nothing at the moment. The operation is very good.
Prezi is totally recommended for those situations in which you must present data and information of any kind to the public since it allows not only to add writing, but also to use images, videos, audio, graphics, and many other things. So, if you want to give a more dynamic and innovative touch to your old presentations you should use Prezi. But if what you need is to add a lot of information you must be careful because Prezi can be a bit confusing at the moment of having to add a lot of data.
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Saransh Dikshit | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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I have been using Prezi for both personal uses and for making presentations related to my research. I have also used Prezi for making presentations for my courses, conferences, presentations for my projects assigned in my courses, and for giving research group presentations. I have even used it for making personal presentations like collages etc. for family-related events!
  • It offers very good templates for your presentations. One can create attractive and colorful backgrounds well suited for different types of applications.
  • The flow of control during your presentation can be easily controlled and has a certain aesthetic value attached to it.
  • The graphical user interface for the software is brilliant. It is easy to add text, images, and notes to the presentation.
  • Everything is made in one big slide which just requires a click to move through different slides.
  • More options could be added for editing stuff in the presentations. Options for creating rich charts and graphics can be added.
  • It has a bit of a learning curve in terms of designing the presentation.
  • The presentation can feel unstructured. If too much zooming and moving is used, it can make some people in the audience nauseous.
I have used Prezi for making presentations related to my research topics and personal things, such as family collages. It provides a very fresh way of presenting your work with a style that is not supported by many current presentation software offerings. It provides new creative ways of giving presentations which can be easily shared with people. The only area it is not suited for is where formal presentations need to be made. This is because people could feel dizzy because of the zooming and the panning of the presentation as everything is just located in one big slide.
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Luciano Gardesani Marques | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 17, 2018

My experience with Prezi

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I normally use Prezi to create special presentations about products and/or services. Basically we use it for sales presentations or conference sessions. We understand it is very interesting for specific situations, but we did not abandon other tools such as PowerPoint. Actually Prezi is used only by a small part of the sales department.
  • It is great for creating more compelling and attractive presentations. A wide variety of features and possibilities.
  • Dozens of fantastic templates that may be easily adopted. It helps a lot in terms of productivity, specially for beginners.
  • It provides many resources and options to create presentations with sophisticated visual and animations.
  • It is simple and easy to use - no need of programming knowledge to create animations, import assets, edit and export the presentations.
  • Sometimes, the tool may become slow during certain activities depending on the internet connection and PC capabilities, since it is a cloud solution.
  • The edition of certain simple objects from the library are a bit limited, but there is always the option to import external objects such as images, forms, etc.
  • Limited exporting options. It should offer more freedom for authors in terms of publishing the presentations in other plaforms, when compared to other tools.
I believe Prezi is well suited when an author wants to create a more compelling presentation. It is also most useful when using it to explain processes, flows, and/or other visual elements. From another perspective, when it is necessary to create something more quickly, Prezi may not be the right solution, when compared to PowerPoint, for example. There are nice templates, but the creation process may not be so fast and simple.
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Javier Schwersensky | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 5 out of 10
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I use Prezi for my Board presentations as well as staff meetings and community/stakeholder presentations. Given the size and type of organization, I am the main presenter from a corporate standpoint. We do have other training but we use the good old Power Point for those.
Prezi makes presentations more engaging and interesting. The ability to zoom and move helps to present a topic from its more general terms and then drill down into deeper context.
The challenges I have with Prezi is their relative lack of support for Linux platforms. All my machines run Linux (Ubuntu/Debian) and the only way to make Prezi work is with Google Chrome. There is no native app, which is a shame.
  • Ability to present a topic in a clear manner with lots of images and videos
  • Export slides as PDFs, which can then be used as beautiful handouts
  • It can visually connect topics, something a more passive presentation tool like PowerPoint cannot do
  • It is very easy to share presentations online
  • Built-in cloud support: Prezis are stored in their servers, and they are accessible from everywhere.
  • Linux support is non-existent. With Android/Chrome OS being based on the linux kernel but also with lots of tech-savvy and influencers using non-Windows and non iOS platforms, I feel a pariah.
  • As far as I know for Android phones and tablets you can only present but not edit prezis in its native app. Again an Android users, it is a sub-par experience the app in general is lacking functionality.
  • Using the browser version (because I have no other alternative) uploading multiple images is very buggy
  • Having a version history would be great when you are editing a large presentation over several days
  • Prezi is a great platform to explain complex topics and to break the traditional two-dimensional aspect of a slide deck.
  • Its cost is relatively affordable and the platform is stable and the web-based version works reasonable well.
  • Unfortunately there is zero Linux support and you are stuck using Google Chrome.
  • No native Linux app is another downside for those technologically-savvy or people who want to use a GNU-licensed operating system.
  • The Android app is very limited.
  • They have added a premium layer to the basic paid Prezi platform. I understand their pursuit of profit but...
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Marcelo de Vasconcellos | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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My organization is the biggest public health institution in Brazil. Since we deal with many aspects of health, such as research, teaching, and development, presenting our ideas is a frequent activity. At our organization, the researchers are free to choose their tools, and for many years PowerPoint reigned absolutely, but since we started to introduce Prezi, back in 2009, many people are turning to it to make their presentations more engaging and to give their ideas more impact. Since many fields in health sciences deal with large images which don't fit well in slides, the zooming ability of Prezi is particularly useful for us.
  • Prezi allows the presenter to zoom in and out from a presentation. This is particularly interesting when presenting large pictures, maps or infographics as is often the case in our institution.
  • Prezi gives more freedom at the moment of presenting. The presenter is not limited to going ahead or back along a single line but can zoom out and show alternate paths and frames.
  • Due to its very structure, Prezi encourages researchers and professors to organize their ideas on a multidimensional grid, making their lectures richer and engaging for the audiences.
  • The freedom of rotating the viewpoint can lead new users to create spinning presentations and even cause motion sickness. Despite not being a problem with the app itself, it is worth to have some caution.
  • On 2017, Prezi launched Prezi Next, designed from scratch so it didn't rely on Adobe Flash as the old Prezi (now called Prezi Classic) did. As a result, the feel of the app changed drastically. Prezi Classic (still active for accounts created before 2017) is more difficult to learn but gives more freedom over the path and the look of the presentation. Prezi Next is easier to learn but gives less freedom over the presentation. This situation can be confusing to the user.
  • On Prezi Classic, it is not possible to see all the content at once, requiring to search in each section for what has been placed before.
Prezi is well suited to presentations with many images, particularly those where it is useful to zoom into those images. It is also good for showing the alternate path and multiple choices in presentations. It is less appropriate for predominantly textual content, particularly, if this content follows a sequential order. Prezi benefits from an extra care in organizing visual elements and selecting meaningful images and, as such, requires a bit more effort than a typical slideshow application.
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Chani Loeb | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 20, 2018

Prezi is phenomenal!

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As a student, Prezi really allowed me to step outside of the box when creating presentations for school. In my management class in Fall 2017, I was the only person who used Prezi instead of PowerPoint. Prezi adds a unique experience to what would normally be a very basic presentation.
  • Prezi allows a user to move around the slides easily, as well as copy content, add slides, & duplicate presentations.
  • Prezi also has a large variety of templates and settings to adjust a design in order to fit each user's specific need.
  • Prezi's movement between slides creates a more innovative and stylistic presentation.
  • Prezi has a very limited number of fonts as well as font sizes.
  • Prezi's presentation board can feel crowded after adding many slides. It's also not always clear about the order of the slides when looking at the presentation board, only when looking at the list of slides on the left hand side of the screen. Maybe the slides should have automatic numbering that are not visible when presenting, only when creating the Prezi.
  • Once a template has been changed, it is very difficult, if even possible at all, to return to the original settings of the template. If it is a completed Prezi, this can be extremely frustrating to try to fix.
  • It's also confusing that when you first sign in, it automatically opens to Prezi Next so if you have only created presentations in Prezi Classic, there's this moment of panic when you wonder where all of your presentations have gone.
Prezi is well suited for students as well as businesses. It just depends on the amount of creativity that should go into that particular presentation. The program can really take a mainstream presentation and make it extraordinary. It is also useful how it gives you a basic instruction manual / video on how to create your very own Prezi.
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Oleg Galimov | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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We began utilizing Prezi on the grounds that we needed to find a superior method to get our clients to sit through a showing of how our item functioned. We had already attempted PowerPoints and infographics, yet found that both weren't as viable as we needed them to be. The advantages of Prezi are that you can utilize it for nothing, with the Prezi logo joined to your introductions for whatever length of time that you need. Another advantage is that it is not at all difficult to add your introductions to your site, where they can be viewed with Flash without the watcher having to download an introduction to watch.
  • The adaptability to talk through a story in view of who is tuning in and what is vital to them, and the imagination that is poured in this procedure!
  • Having more alternatives to indicate visuals in ways that make our story all the more convincing, and utilizing them to direct the watcher through the introduction.
  • Demonstrating the correct item at the opportune time utilizing the activities and concealed substance features
  • Upholding a cool network that continues to give and educate about the craft of visual narrating
  • In the beginning, notwithstanding its clean and simple to use interface, Prezi can be somewhat hard to learn for the normal client, particularly if it is used excessively, which makes it impossible to work with Powerpoint.
  • Embedded recordings won't work for disconnected introductions.
  • Despite a few accessible layouts, some of the time Prezi can feel inadequate for some organizations with "old mold" professional workplaces.
They should allow users to utilize this extraordinary program without having to be web-based: this would encourage its utilization and furthermore would give more joy in the market, since it would pull in numerous individuals looking to acquire administrators for the application.
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Ryan (Skip) Harris | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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We use Prezi for our main sales presentation to prospects. We find that, although there is a learning curve, it is more engaging and different than a typical PowerPoint presentation. It is currently being used by our 2 sales reps. We are still using Prezi Classic. We haven't chosen to use the Prezi for Business just yet as we haven't quite seen the need.
  • Prezi is very engaging for the prospect as it takes them on a journey with a lot of movements from one concept to the next.
  • Once you understand how it works to design a presentation, it becomes fairly easy to make modifications and continually improve on the journey of the presentation.
  • It is fairly easy to use pre-built templates, insert images, and insert from powerpoint and other sources.
  • Because Prezi is an online hosted app, it takes a while to load when editing a presentation.
  • It can also be limiting as far as copying anything you've created in Prezi and copying it anywhere else outside of Prezi.
  • I also found it fairly difficult to copy a presentation once it was owned by someone else. It seems like the owner is the only one who can make a copy of the presentation. Which I understand is for security, but it also makes it a burden when trying to make modifications to an existing Prezi within the company.
Prezi is well suited for a sales presentation that is to be used to create audience engagement. It is a unique experience for the audience and really takes them on a visual journey.... especially if you use the tool in a way that creates a lot of movement. I wouldn't say it is very well suited for a presentation that needs to be edited frequently or if items need to be copied outside of the Prezi environment such as PowerPoint or Word. That is mostly because it's a web-based solution.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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I was first introduced to Prezi by a friend in 2013-2014, and while it took me and the team some time to get acquainted with the Prezi (a slightly steep learning curve), once we got accustomed to the interface and mechanics, it became our favorite tool for presentations.

We use Prezi for big presentations to management and key clients, mainly due to the importance of impressing our stakeholders with the fancy animations and the way we present our data. And we actually got four prospects emailing us right after our pitches to praise the decks we presented, and how they felt the fluid animations Prezi allowed us to show was a breath of fresh air compared to our competitors who presented ordinary PowerPoint presentations.

The fact that Prezi can be a self-contained presentation by itself without the need for the application to be installed on the client's device meant that we always had a smooth and easy time presenting and sharing our presentations, knowing the magic will still happen no matter where or when we had to present it.

The only issue that kept us from full migration to Prezi from PowerPoint was the time it took us to create and animate our slides - in addition to Prezi breaking or crashing when trying to work around tables or imported data.
  • Smooth animations
  • Data representation
  • Utilizing a single canvas with the zoom in/out features creates a magical feeling to the presentation.
  • Can be buggy and crashes mid design.
  • Not suitable for simple presentations.
  • Hard to create something quick and simple, so even after we gained experience we still had a hard time using it to deliver a presentation overnight.
  • Can be slow to load a presentation, so we always setup 5-10 minutes before our actual presentation time and made sure everything is loaded and ready to go.
If you are looking to impress your boss(es) or potential prospects and clients, then Prezi is the right tool for you, as long as you have enough time to actually sit down, design and execute.

If you are on a tight timeline and are expected to deliver your presentation within 24 hours, then PowerPoint would be a more suitable option. In the most recent addition, Microsoft added a new transition between slides on PowerPoint that can mimic the basic transition in Prezi. We experimented with it and found out we can replicate some of the basic animations we used to produce in Prezi, so for tighter deadlines we normally choose PowerPoint and utilize the morph transition to have a pretty yet simple presentation while still making our deadlines.
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Benjamin Cornejo | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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The first time we used Prezi in the company was in a presentation that I had to perform on some statistical data. On that occasion the information was boring so I decided to do something more flashy and entertaining and the truth is, many loved how dynamic it can make a presentation. From that moment (2 years), almost half of the people who must make these data presentations and reports use Prezi (which are the youngest) and the rest continue to use ppt.
  • it's much more dynamic than a simple ppt
  • allows to realize a and ornganize a more concrete mental map
  • saves your presentations, so you always have a backup.
  • I think a problem is that if you do not use paid version if you must be connected to the internet
  • if you are not aware of what you are doing it is easy to get lost due to the multiple connections since there is no way to do it linearly and then pass the presentation to an interactive format
I think it's usually quite appropriate for all kinds of jobs since it's more fun to see something with movement than something still and boring.
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Amy Bowes | TrustRadius Reviewer
June 22, 2018

Prezi adds Pizazz

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Prezi is an optional program used sporadically by various users across campus. Within my department, quite a few administrators use Prezi to organize their pre-departure orientations and to present at conferences all over the world.
  • Visually Prezi is more interesting than Powerpoint or Google Slides
  • The movement within Prezi is different and unique, can wake up your audience
  • Fewer limitations on space, size, colors, layout, and design
  • Can take a few tries to get the hang of how to arrange layouts
  • New users will need to use pre-designed layouts, creating new is confusing
  • The pre-designed layouts are starting to be overused (like Powerpoint designs) and boring
Prezi is especially good for pre-departure orientations that don't change much year to year. It's easy to go in and make quick changes. Prezi is harder to use when you're collaborating with people for a presentation-- multiple people working in Prezi at once can make a mess.
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Reagan Villet | TrustRadius Reviewer
June 22, 2018

Prezi, the Best!

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In my organization, Prezi is used by different departments to create decks and reports for clients as well as internal workers. We use Prezi as a tool to showcase what we are doing and how successful it has been. Prezi allows us to showcase our work in a professional and creative way.
  • Prezi allows for individualized, creative presentations. This allows for works to stand out from the crown and draw viewers, especially clients, into the presentation.
  • Prezi allows for sharing and presenting across multiple devices, which is great when not sharing with those out of the office or network.
  • Prezi offers both free and paid options, which is great for dealing with clients with differing budgets, as there are options for everyone.
  • I have had issues with lagging on Prezi's site before, because of all of the technology being utilized.
  • There are SO many options on Prezi that it can be a bit overwhelming when just trying to make a simple document/presentation.
  • The Prezi website can sometimes be difficult to navigate, however, they have really updated things in the past few years.
Prezi is GREAT for showing off work in a creative, different and exciting way. It is the perfect tool for creative and outgoing clients, however, I have found PowerPoint to be a better fit for more "buttoned up" clients.
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Savannah Jackson | TrustRadius Reviewer
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I've used Prezi in previous roles throughout my career in Public Relations. It was not widely used by my current or former employers, but I used it from time to time for various presentations. Prezi is a nice alternative to PowerPoint for people who would like a different style of presentation.
  • Variety of design options
  • Different style of presentation (i.e., not typical PowerPoint format)
  • Easy integration of multi-media assets
  • User experience can be a bit funky
  • Not as easy to format consistently
  • Less formal than a traditional PowerPoint or Keynote presentation
Prezi is great for a school or higher education presentation. The different elements of its experience are great for presentations on specific subjects. However, I would not use Prezi in a formal business setting as the content is more casual and harder to format. In my opinion, it's not as professional (or widely used) as some alternatives.
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Michael J. Towle | TrustRadius Reviewer
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I use Prezi internally for presentation materials. I enjoy the user-friendly interface for the purposes of keeping my audience engaged.
  • Transitions and effects are more engaging than PPT.
  • The user interface is simple and easy to use.
  • The presentations are appealing to look at and engaging.
  • I enjoy that the presentations are easily shareable as well.
  • The public only option for non-paid subscribers is a major flaw.The tool should be private/public at the discretion of the user at the free level!
  • Some of the effects and transitions are more difficult to replicate, and are not as easy to accomplish quickly.
  • The UI still gives the option between classic and the updated version, and presentations are limited to which format they were created in. Everything should be seamless and should not require a transition between UI formats.
The tool is very easy to use and engaging to view, however, I am not familiar with a way to gain business analytics out of presentations viewed. For instance, LinkedIn Pointdrive enables me to send presentations to customers and be alerted of views, time spent on particular assets and other insights into how customers are viewing what I am sending to them. That sort of data is extremely beneficial.
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Luca Campanelli | TrustRadius Reviewer
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In my organization, Prezi is mainly used for the development of company presentations, in my specific case I make presentations of software infrastructures and databases and of complex architectures integrating both technical and higher level concepts. Thanks to this software, presentations are attractive and very interesting for my audience.
  • infinite possibilities in terms of presentation space
  • integration of videos and documents
  • fluidity in animations
  • three different prices by type of user
  • the price per individual user in my opinion is very high
  • the standard license does not include several features including offline access
If you are a user who often takes care of making company presentations or if you are commercial and you often have to go to present different products or different infrastructures, this is definitely the right software because it combines the simplicity of development with incredible impact without limits.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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I utilize Prezi to construct dynamic and interactive presentations that drive participant engagement. Prezi helps to address the issue of presenting to customers. It allows me to display information that is easily readable.
  • Prezi does well with constructing unique presentations that can link every slide together.
  • Prezi does well with special effects and transitions.
  • Prezi does well with their user interface. It is simple to construct a unique presentation.
  • Prezi could do better with the online version of the software. It is a bit cumbersome to create, export, and share.
  • I would also like to see a cheaper price for the offline version of the software.
  • Prezi also needs to allow users to construct a customized template that can be shared to other members to utilize.
It is most appropriate for marketing to customers and increasing engagement. It is least appropriate when a simple presentation without creativity is justified.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We currently use Prezi in two ways. It is primarily used for our CEO's presentations at trade shows, conferences, special events, and for webinars. We have been building our presentations through Prezi for over 3 years now, and have become proficient in editing and presenting remotely. I work directly with my CEO to create the presentation, he reviews and edits on the road, and I make any final adjustments from our home office before he goes live on stage. We also use it for internal presentations about our culture and benefits when onboarding new employees.
  • It is engaging and dynamic. Instead of click-thru slides, you get a comprehensive view and then "zoom" from one slide to the next. It is more visually pleasing than other presentation platforms.
  • Ease of Use - I can create and animate a presentation in under an hour if I have all materials available.
  • Links to online imagery - It's great to be able to search for an image to use right from the platform rather than having to search elsewhere and then paste into the presentation
  • A download to PowerPoint (including animations) would be a great back-up to have if the online platform isn't available at a conference or event.
  • The ability to present offline never seems to work correctly. There's room for improvement there.
Prezi is great for both in person and online presentations. Just make sure internet access is available, or have a Plan B!
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Natalya Lekomtseva | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Prezi is used by project managers in the preparation of creative presentations. These presentations are used on the company's educational courses on Internet marketing, PR, promotion on the Internet.
On the other hand, we prepare presentations for experts at the conferences that we organize.
This solution is not universal. It is necessary to understand when appropriate.

  • Intuitive interface5.
  • You can also insert videos into Prezi.
  • Add shapes to great places for information in your Prezi presentation.
  • Stunning multimedia features to add to your presentations.
  • Poor compatibility of PowerPoint. Only with Prezi.
  • Sometimes sick of constant approach and separation of the camera.
  • Using Prezi requires a certain visual literacy. Otherwise, the presentation can resemble a dump of different in style elements or, let's say more correctly, a kaleidoscope. In Prezi, this is more noticeable than in PowerPoint.
  • Some participants in the presentation will experience a certain emotional discomfort due to a violation of the standard presentation of information. Others will not be able to make notes in the usual mode, etc.
Try this application if creativity is important in your presentations, originality, non-standart approach, wow effect.
Prezi divides the audience into two three camps: "Wow, what kind of software is this?", "Can you stop this from continuing ...?" And, finally, "Oh, that's f*ing Prezi!!!". Perhaps the first will be the majority. Against the backdrop of PowerPoint, you will definitely stand out and remember. Anything is better than PowerPoint. But you know that it is necessary to stand out with the mind. It seems to me that Prezi is pure show-off. For example, look: presentation of Chris Anderson. Yes, it's not bad. Was it possible to get by here Keynote? Yes, it's not a question. PowerPoint? Mmm ... then I'm not so sure, but what's with him, Keynote or what?
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Jenna Drenten | TrustRadius Reviewer
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I use Prezi in all of my undergraduate courses. I find Prezi to be more engaging than a traditional PowerPoint and it helps organize the content of my lectures. Most presentations are linear and students today often just expect to be handed the slides. Prezi allows me to organize content spatially, in a way that appeals to many types of learners. My students also take notes - by hand! They follow along with the Prezi and remain interested throughout the class lecture and discussion. I teach marketing classes, so I use a ton of examples from YouTube, Vimeo, and other multimedia websites. Prezi has saved me so much time because I do not need to download and embed videos in PowerPoint or try to make sure they actually play -- I can just click the link and insert it, and I never have to leave the Prezi platform. My students consistently say the videos and examples I share in class are extremely valuable -- Prezi provides a platform to seamlessly and easily share multimedia content!
  • Excellent for integrating web-based media (e.g., videos, photos)!
  • Allows content to be organized in a logical, spatial way - rather than linearly.
  • Engages the viewers so they stay focused throughout the presentation.
  • User interface can be challenging at first.
  • Cannot rename hyperlinks, so they can appear clunky.
  • Internet is a must, if you do not have the paid version. Downfall of a web-based platform.
  • Can give the viewers motion sickness if it's not used well. Must have a keen eye for design!
To date, it does not feel as professional as some of the competitors. For instance, I use Prezi in my undergraduate classroom but not in my graduate classroom. That said, I have used it for research presentations at conferences and the audience always enjoys it. It's a nice change of pace from the status quo - but again, must be done well, with consideration for the viewers.
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Mandi Lindner | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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My organization uses Prezi for visitor orientations and webinars with participants from 80+ countries.

Security of Information
We chose Prezi because it provides cloud-based presentations that are accessible wherever our staff are located with the additional ability of ensuring the sensitive information in those presentations is secure and private.

Branding with Ample Customization
I prefer Prezi because it allows me to create branded templates that all users in my organization can adapt to their needs while still remaining true to our organizational identity.

Standardization Across Collaborators
The team likes Prezi because our standard language and content can easily be copied to each Prezi, ensuring a standardization of training across every visitor group and trainer.

  • Security of Information with Password Protection and Hidden Features
  • Fully Customizable Templates with CSS Editing Capabilities
  • Easily Copy Standard Content Across Multiple Prezis
  • Integration of Multi-Media Content
  • Mobile Editing for Updates on the Fly
  • Translation and/or Multiple Language Capabilities Within Each Prezi
  • Template Sharing Across Users Beyond Copy & Paste
My organization does a lot of webinar training and virtual programming. Prezi, as a cloud-based presentation software, allows us to take our content anywhere, but it can take additional bandwidth to get it to run in conjunction with a video conferencing software. Many of our trainings and orientations take place in countries that have intermittent Internet access - it would be great to have an easy way to package the Prezi and send it to our participants for view at a later date without the need of an Internet connection. We are also required to ensure that all of our materials are 508 compliant. If accessibility options were coded into the platform itself (text to speech, screen enhancement, etc) it would help us more easily meet that compliance requirement.
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Anna Haug | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Just our department. We are in customer experience and have used it to visually demonstrate a Journey Map of our customers. It provides depth so you can visually see the big picture and details all at the same time. I have used it for presentations and for documentation and exploration.
  • Zoom interface and depth. The ability to go from a big picture to a detail
  • Collaboration between presentations
  • Videos inside of the presentation
  • The training prezi was great! It had you walk through doing a prezi and using the features, this is how I trained individuals.
  • Find your secret sauce for trainig
  • Good templates
  • Consider Walkme as a training tool? For in the moment usage.
  • It is often just too much for some people.... Know the audience. Some people are just not ready for it and don't do it right.
I personally have taught professors and students at a college level how to use it and when it is appropriate. I have run multiple workshops on this topic.
I think the number one thing is to know the audience. When I worked at a university they were much more open and would not get hung up on the tool I used, if anything they were impressed. Now I work in the insurance industry and WOW are they old school. I would attempt to use a Prezi and they just got too distracted that they couldn't focus on my content. And I pride myself in not doing too much of a drastic zoom and not to jump too much but even just a little zoom or jump was difficult. I have used Prezi for documentation such as an organizational chart so that you can go up and down quickly. I think if Prezi bumped up their strength in building an interactive process it would open a market. Don't be so linear. Instead, provide the opportunity to click around and discover the presentation. Such as a map of a university, then they click on icons and it brings them zooming in and out. I think the point and click would be amazing.
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Thompson Vou | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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I've used it to present the implementation of a new project to my project team and department heads. The business problem being addressed is communication of information to internal customers.
  • Open canvas - this is a strength because you aren't restricted to slides. Scales well.
  • Zooming - you can zoom in on images to reveal more details. Or zoom out to reveal an overview. It makes presentations follow a better logical flow of thought.
  • Easy to edit: you can easily manipulate information and objects by clicking and dragging.
  • Auto sizing of images - it would be easier if Prezi could auto re-size images that are too large instead of being forced to edit them in Photoshop or Paint.
  • Deleting frames - now when deleting frames, everything inside the frame gets deleted. It was not like this in the past. If we want to re-frame something, it's difficult to do since everything inside the frame is tied to the frame.
  • Fonts - we're restricted to prezi fonts. It'd be nice to be able to use generally accepted HTML/CSS fonts as well.
It's well suited for general presentations where not much text is needed. It's not appropriate for situations where internet access is slow or unavailable.
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Tommy West | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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We currently use Prezi for both training and staff meetings. As a presentation tool Prezi is a shift from traditional PowerPoint presentations. It has more interesting animation and seems to catch and keep interest more than other platforms. Prezi allows a presenter the ability to highlight or focus on particular key points.
  • Keeps the audience engaged
  • Allows embedded video
  • Provides an interesting take on presentations with a dynamic aspect
  • It is a bit difficult to learn to navigate
  • The "slides" do not have a lot of initiative functionality
  • The path editor can be a little cumbersome
Prezi is perfect for meetings of all sorts. I use it for monthly staff meetings to guide employees toward the agency goals. The format is perfect for a meeting that flows from the current situation through to the stakeholder's end vision. Prezi is also really nice for training presentations. Incorporated pictures and videos, combined with the Prezi format, makes for a dynamic presentation.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Course authoring (9)
Course catalog or library (9)
Player/Portal (12)
Learning content (11)
Mobile friendly (13)
Progress tracking & certifications (2)
Assignments (2)
Compliance management (3)
Learning administration (6)
Learning reporting & analytics (5)
Social learning (9)

About Prezi

Prezi’s advantage over static slides is that its interactive, zoomable canvas shows the relationship between the big picture and the fine details. The vendor’s value proposition is that this puts ideas in context, and makes them more likely to resonate, motivate, and be remembered.

Prezi Features

Has featureLive Collaboration
Has featureHD Remote Presenting
Has featureConversational Presenting

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Prezi Competitors

Microsoft Powerpoint, Apple Keynote, Google Slides


  • Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
  • Has featureFree or Freemium Version Available?Yes
  • Has featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?Yes
  • Entry-level set up fee?No

Prezi Support Options

 Free VersionPaid Version
Social Media
Video Tutorials / Webinar
Live Chat

Prezi Technical Details

Deployment Types:SaaS
Operating Systems: Unspecified
Mobile Application:Apple iOS, Android, Mobile Web