I’m interested in this as well because I feel like there should be a more direct way to do this. In the meantime, there are two ways I’ve personally accomplished copying between presentations.
#1) Have both presentations open in edit mode. You select everything on the original page (Shift+drag cursor to select all elements), then Ctrl+C to copy. Navigate to the new presentation/page and Ctrl+P to paste all those elements. Everything should come over exactly as it was (though it might update fonts/colors if your presentation style isn’t the same across both). This works for between Topics, Subtopics, entire Prezis etc.
#2) I do this less often, but you can also select all the elements you need (the entire page in this case) to copy and then add it to your Library for future use. Once in your Library, you can add anywhere it’s needed in other presentations.
Both ways need you to have a blank page ready for the pasted/added elements. Hope this helps!
Hi everyone, there is currently no way to copy topics or subtopics from your timeline directly.
You should be able to highlight topics on your canvas and copy them with CTRL + C and then follow the same method @Plastic_Ingenuity detailed above.
So just to clarify, you are trying to copy text from one of your presentations into another presentation of yours? If yes, you should be able to select the text box and then press Ctrl + c and in your other presentation, you can insert the text with Ctrl + v.
hi @Johnny_Padulo, you can use the library feature to reuse the content in presentations. Be sure to select all of the content in the slide (Mac: command + a or ctrl + a for Windows) > right-click> add to my library. In the other presentation from Insert > my library > click the content you’d like to add.