Custom fonts in Prezi Next

Hello, I love Prezi and I will buy it soon. However, you should work on the new font. I especially needed UTF-8 or Latin Extended fonts.

You should also add 3D icons to your icon library.

Thanks a lot…

Hello @Volkan_Verdi, I merged your post with the relevant thread. Currently, adding those fonts/icons is not in our roadmap, but we will send your feedback to our product team :slight_smile:

My subscription is up in less than a month. I won’t be renewing without this feature. I love Prezi because of its engaging look and feel but my presentations are on the topic of branding. If I can’t use my own branded fonts in my presentations, there is no point for me.

Please reach out if this feature is ever incorporated.

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I just signed up for the free trial and instantly hit the font problem. Unbelievable. This is not negotiable.

Hi, I want to add fonts like Montserrat and Arial. Anyway to do this on a free account?

Thanks

Hello @Gareth_Rafferty, I’ve merged your post into the relevant thread. Currently it’s not possible to import fonts into Prezi Next unfortunately, but I will forward your feedback to our product team.

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This has been going on for 2 years and still you have done nothing?
It is a major feature and you HAVE GOT TO keep your users in mind since we need to work with clients with VERY SPECIFIC needs, such as Corporate Identity fonts!

Your note says we should criticize ideas, not people, but seriously, you guys are the ones needing to address this and you still haven’t done anything about it, so now we should criticize you. I have a client very particular about their corporate promotional guidelines and now I must tell them I cannot use their font?

What if I lose the project just because Prezi is not taking our feedback seriously?
I am seriously requesting that your management see this post and do something about it ASAP!

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Good luck. . .we have been asking about this since 2017 and still nothing. . .

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Wonderful thread, I can say :slight_smile:

Prezi guys — could you please let us know, what is so problematic with the Google Fonts at least?

Licensing? All the Google Fonts catalogue is free and open source.

And at least from guys from Cyrillic languages they will offer at least some selection.

Because in the fancy list you currently have in Prezi only 2-3 fonts have Cyrillic typeface.

I’m paying for this software for 3 years now. But I’m pretty tired that nothing is changing.

And could you please don’t answer like “I will get it to the product team blah-blah”?

I brief explanation why is it so problematic will be enough.

Hello @Fedor_B-O, unfortunately we cannot disclose our roadmap or the reasons behind decisions regarding feature implementation. I apologize for any inconvenience and will forward your feedback to the appropriate team.

Hello Prezi & Prezi designers,

Back in August of 2017, I believe I started this string regarding available fonts in Prezi. But this issue goes back much farther than that. Over the past 10+ years, Prezi has been pressed to include a better, more robust font option when they make improvements to the software. Nothing happens. It would be good to know what loyal Prezi users can expect regarding the availability of fonts going forward. A less cryptic response would be more respectful too.

Lura

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So, according to the given guidelines, I criticize the idea:

The idea of not telling your customers why is it so hard to implement the decision that technically looks quite easy.

Because this idea creates a simple feeling that the company you are paying money for the service simply doesn’t care about you. At all.

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Hi
We need to have the capability to add custom fonts to a presentation for one of our clients. Is this functionality Prezi offers?

Hello @Darren_Holyoak, I merged your post with the relevant thread. Currently it’s not possible to insert custom fonts in Prezi Next, but improving our fonts possibilities is under discussion in our Product team :slight_smile:

We still all need that feature!. It shouldn’t be discussed it should already been there for a long time ago now…
Thanks for every attempt to push the prezi team implement this.
They knew how to do it they should still know and do it.

more than 2 years have gone and still no changes, fonts are still problem with prezi

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Hi all,
Thanks to all of you for your patience in this matter.
Our teams are planning some font related projects, and to better understand which fonts you are looking for, it would be a great help if you could name the fonts you are missing in this thread.
Or simply help me with replying whether you are looking for more Google fonts, some special desktop fonts available on your operating system, or is it a special font that is available through some providers?
Thanks, Zsuzsa

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The ones I’ve found in this thread are:

  • Google fonts
  • Montserrat
  • Arial
  • POPPINS
  • Verdana
  • Museo Slab
  • Museo Sans
  • Aleo
  • Sanchez
  • Times New Roman
  • UTF-8 or Latin Extended fonts

Let me know if you’d use another font.

Hi @Zsuzsa! This is fantastic news!! I think I’m the one who mentioned Museo Sans & Museo Slab, those are definitely still on my fave list (in various weights), thanks for including. (The Aleo & Sanchez are already in Prezi I believe; those are the two I use that are closest to the Museo families, in my opinion.) I would also like to add the following for consideration:

  • Aglet Sans & Aglet Slab families
  • Poppins Regular and Poppins SemiBold — already on your list in general, but if you have to narrow down the 5 weights (at least the 5 I’m aware of are Light, Regular, Medium, SemiBold and Bold) the Reg & SemiBold are my most used
  • Balboa Light
  • Pinot Grigio Modern Medium
  • Trebuchet
  • Tekton Pro
  • Acier BAT Text Gris &/or Acier BAT Text Noir
  • Coquette Regular
  • Reklame Script Medium
  • Scarlet Wood Script Medium
  • Pulpo Rust 75

I’m sure I could come up with more ideas if interested :crazy_face:
Adding that most of these are prob Adobe fonts (?) but I’m not 100% sure offhand. Reach out to me if you have trouble locating for review purposes and need more details on anything. I am happy to provide screenshots for visual reference if that’s allowed.

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