How to download a presentation from Prezi Next?

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#1

Hi

How to download a presentation from Prezi NEXT?

Thanks
K.


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#2

In the Prezi Next Desktop app it’s really easy, in the main menu where you see all your Prezis, just hover over the one you want to download and click the little white carrot/arrow (to the right of the big blue circle Play arrow). It slides you to a new menu and you pick/click the Download for presentation option (third from left, underneath the Prezi still shot). Follow the menu options from there & you should be good to go. I’m guessing an official Prezi rep could help you out with some screenshots if needed. :slight_smile:


#3

Thanks getting back…So do I have to upgrade my account to PREZI PLUS as my licenses is Pro(PREZI Classic) and Basic (PREZI NEXT)…


#4

It is weird my PREZI NEXT license still in basic status but the PREZI CLASSIC one is pro already.


#5

So it is impossible to download a presentation in NEXT without buying the PRO account?
In Classic you could not edit, but you could present. Is this rightly understood?


#6

#7

I’ve updated your Prezi Next account to Premium. Sorry for any inconvenience.


#8

I used to export my classics to a showable presentation file that I could use if my internet-connection was bad. But this feature has disappeared in the free version? So sad that you destroy your product, this means that NEXT will be completely worthless if I don’t go PRO. But I guess that is what you want all the way, to force us to choose the PRO version by taking away features in the “new improved version”.


#9

Old Public license holders still have access to exporting portable prezis in Prezi Classic, but this feature is not available with either Basic licenses (Prezi Next) or newer Public licenses (Prezi Classic). Sorry for any inconvenience.


#10

Excuse me Vera.
How can export a prezi file from my Prezi Next for offline presentation?
Before I make this always with Prezi Classic.
I need this…
Thks


#11

@Gianpiero_Strisciugl Exporting a downloaded presentation is only possible through the Prezi Next desktop application. To access the desktop app, you need a Prezi Next Plus license. I hope it helps!


#16

Sorry, how to download my prezi in prezi next?


#17

Please see @Vanda’s reply above.


#22

I agree with @Olof_Brandt This is a really disappointing feature of Prezi Next. I have spent hours on two Prezis in particular that I’ll be using later in the week. I was used to being able to download the Prezi before I left town only to find this feature was unavailable with Prezi Next. I am not sure if the place I will be presenting will have appropriate wifi. With just a couple of days until the presentation, I’m left in a bind. Not sure why going to a newer version helps if it loses the functionality I enjoyed before. I have loved using Prezi in the past. This will not make me more likely to use it in the future based on current subscription rates.


#23

Why don’t I have the option to download my presentation? I have a Prezi Plus account… Also why is there no way to get in contact with Prezi about this?? Very disappointed at the moment.


#24

Exporting a presentation as a standalone file is only possible from the desktop application. Please open your Prezi Next desktop app and follow the steps of this article.

As for submitting a help request, based on your license type you should be able to reach out to our Premium Support Team. We’ll have a look into this issue and fix it as soon as possible. In the meantime, we’re very sorry for any inconvenience!


#25

I can download a Prezi Classic Presentation as Educational account, but not a Prezi Next Presentation…We don’t allways have Wlan in the school and I want to be sure, that I can do my lesson without problems!


#26

Downloading a presentation as a portable presentation or a PDF file is possible with a Plus or Edu Plus license in Prezi Next.


#27

Hi Vanda.

I am a longtime Prezi user (edu account). The change to Next has been challenging, but I understand it was inevitable because of the imminent demise of Flash. However, I cannot understand the policy changes made unilaterally and without informing users. I am referring specifically to the restrictions to downloading Prezis. I have a meeting in Mexico in a few days and have two Prezi Next presentations I have been working on. Never mind the multiple system crashes due to the hogging of resources… But when I finished one of the Prezis and went to download it to install into my pen drive, I find that I cannot do that unless I upgrade to Edu Plus. In the past I loved Prezi so much that I would have upgraded. But not now. There is still a lot of debugging to be done, features to be reinstated or retooled and the unexpected policy changes are too much as is, without having to pay for what was a free service. As a consumer, I am angry and disappointed. With my cooler, MBA hat on, I am puzzled why you did not plan out a better strategy, such as giving all Classic users a free automatic trial of all the plus features, stating clearly the losses if the upgrade was not made at the end of the trial period. I for one, would have upgraded. What a shame that such a great product will not survive the tech changes, not bc of the tech, but bc of bad policy implementation… Such is the rise and fall of businesses I guess.

Maria


#28

We understand that those of you who began using Prezi Classic might miss some features that were included in the old license packages. Please note that with the release of Prezi Next, the new licenses don’t exactly mirror the features of their pairs in Prezi Classic. Please also note that since November 2015, the free portable presentation download possibility was discontinued in Prezi Classic, as well, only users registering before this date could keep this feature without upgrading.

We are sorry if it caused any confusion or put extra work on your shoulders. On our new pricing page, you can get an overview of what the new feature packages look like or you can also take a look at this article providing further insight into all the licenses.