Overall Satisfaction with Prezi
I think that right now there are a few of us who use Prezi, since staff usually continues to use PPT in almost all levels. I use Prezi every time I have to, to make presentations both in front of co-workers as well as with parents and children with whom I work. I prefer to use Prezi since I find it more entertaining, dynamic, and because for me it allows greater modifications in its use than PowerPoint. Also, I work with SEN children who require greater stimulation to be able to refocus their attention, and I can achieve that with Prezi by adding movements, zooming to the objectives, jumping between one image and another, and other features that it has.
- It can be adapted to different scenarios since it allows formal presentations. It makes more dynamic presentations and can even be used to gamify learning.
- It is highly modifiable since it allows you to adapt the default templates, create your own templates. You can even convert your ppt to Prezi format to later make them more entertaining.
- It is easy to use, at least in the most basic way, since if you want to do something basic you don't require any special skills to be able to do it without problems.
- An option that automatically assigns the font size to make sure it's not too small.
- A predetermined minimum size of the objects, since sometimes you can accidentally make it so small that later it cannot be used or seen correctly.
- To the free versions, offline use of Prezi and export to PDF would be great. Many times they ask for presentations and they cannot be shared digitally (not everyone has an account) or in physical format (paper).
- It allows me to create more dynamic and entertaining content to work with patients. With this, I have achieved a better disposition of them to carry out cognitive activities that are more difficult for them.
- In work meetings, it allows me to make my weekly reports in a professional and orderly manner. With the same tool, I can show some activities that take place during my sessions.
We all know Powerpoint, and we know that it is a good and practical tool, but that it does not adapt to new times or new demands. With Prezi, you can perform the same tasks as with PPT and go further, to generate fun and moving presentations that are more attractive to others. In addition, its difficulty in use is very similar, and if you can't do something right, you can watch the hundreds of videos on the net.
I think it's pretty good. On the Prezi support page you can find everything you need to be able to use it perfectly well cataloged. Also, if you have any other questions, or have not been satisfied with the explanations on the website, you can contact their support, they will answer you quite quickly and very clearly. And there is a fairly large user community that supports all your questions.
Learning to use Prezi and create new presentations is very simple and easy to do. It does not require new skills or a long training process, since in general the use is quite intuitive (and if you have any questions there are many videos on how to use it). Its operation in both the browser version and the app is very good and fluid, managing to perform all the tasks you want properly.
Do you think Prezi delivers good value for the price?
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Did Prezi live up to sales and marketing promises?
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Would you buy Prezi again?
Prezi is an excellent alternative that works very well when you have a work meeting and you must make a serious and more professional presentation, as well as when you work with children you need to do something more dynamic and entertaining. I even use it to perform some gamification that allows me to check the progress of our patients with SEN.
I don't think there is any scenario in which Prezi does not work well, as it adapts quite well to different requirements.