With the help of HTML code, you can embed a prezi into a blog or social media site.
For detailed instructions on how to get this code, you can go to this Knowledge Base article.
Unfortunately, different service providers support the embedding of HTML code in different ways. Below is a list of some ways that you can embed prezis into popular third party sites. These were all tested by me or someone I trust, so I know that they work. If I have not included a particular provider, it does not mean that a prezi cannot be embedded with that service, it just means I have not been able to test it yet.
IMPORTANT: Whenever embedding a prezi, make sure the prezi is set to public, otherwise it will NOT work.
1) Social Media Sites Facebook
We embed prezis into our Facebook pages (it’s not yet possible to put one into a timeline) using an app called: Static HTML: iframe tabs. You can search for it through the Facebook search bar. It looks like this:
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For more info on using iFrame tabs on Facebook, why not check out this article
LinkedIn You can embed a prezi into your LinkedIn profile as long as you are a paying user and have the new look. Look for the rectangle/plus icon, click it and add the URL to your prezi. It looks like this.
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2) Blogging Services
Embedding a prezi works just like any other normal HTML code. When in editor mode, select the cog shaped icon (‘Insert Code Block’) and then paste the HTML code for your prezi into the window that appears. Select ‘Save and Close’ and your prezi should then be embedded into your blogpost.
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Wordpress If you download Wordpress, it requires a plugin (that can be found at http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/iframe/) before it is possible to embed a prezi into a blogpost.
If you are using the online version of the service, it is not yet possible to embed prezis because Wordpress does not support iFrames.