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You can fully manage various aspects of your publish project, and its settings.

The last tab under Publish called Publish Settings allows you to designate various settings to your project:

Explanation of Publish settings:

Page Design:

5  Hide profile

When turned off, your profile and project title will be turned off.

4 Responsive

When turned on, your project will size according to viewer’s display size.

 Page Background

Allows you to change the background color of your published page from the default color.  (This is the real estate that surrounds your project area).

Display Options:

  Presenter view

When turned on, go to Preview and at the bottom right corner, it has the icon option to click. A window with TimingCurrent Slide, Next Slide, and Presentation Notes will pop up for you to view.

2 Autoplay Animation

When turned on, it will automatically play any animation and interactive content in the timeline of your project.

1 Show Control Bar

When turned off, it will hide the control bar from published project.

 Loop after ending

When turned on, it will automatically go to next slide at end of each slide without manually clicking to go to next slide. This feature will automatically turn on if you set a slide transition to go to the next slide after x seconds.

Click on select slide and choose a slide to edit its transition effect as shown above.

Social/Engagement:

7 Allow Social share

When turned on, allows your visitors to share your Visme on their favorite social networks.

3 Enable Comments

When turned off, it removes comments and the ability for users to create comments under your project.

6 Requires registration

When turned on, it will place a form in front of your visme project.  And collects contact information about visitors who access your visme.  You can then view, filter and download this information via your Visme Dashboard.  (Great for lead generation and inbound marketing).

Audio Controls:

background music icon Background Music

When turned on, music can be heard from the background while playing the presentation. The music stops when the presentation is finished.

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