Question first & then perhaps this will turn into a suggestion depending on the answer…
Is it possible to determine if another team member has made a copy of your shared presentation?
For example, person A & B both belong to the same Prezi team account, and both use a shared folder (so that they can see/access all the presentations made for their company). If Person A creates prezi A & sends a link to Person B, because in this instance A presented to B internally, but also saved in the shared folder, can Person B skip the link and just make their own copy of prezi A instead, so they don’t show up in Analytics?
I get the feeling that has happened to me (as Person A) and I’m disappointed. In this instance I wanted to see what Person B stopped on, but I (perhaps stupidly) also saved in our shared folder. I see Person B has opened it up but then… nothing… and I suspect he “got smart” and opted to copy instead.
I’d like to know if there’s a way to find out one way or another?
edit to add — Let’s say Person B didn’t make a copy, and if that’s the case, follow-up question to above would be is there a way to find out who on the team is accessing and viewing shared presentations (so not necessarily editing or creating links, just paging through)? Basically, I guess I’m asking for internal team analytics too?!