Presentation Notes helps you to manage your speech when given a presentation. Although you may be super confident on what you are going to say during your presentation, but it is always good to have some notes so you know exactly what you are going to say next and will likely to have a higher chance to get all of your information across.
Visme provide the option where you can jot down key phrases or headlines in your Presentation Notes.
When you are in the Visme Editor of a project, click on the Menu icon at the top left of your screen and then select Presentation Notes in the dropdown menu.
A presentation box will then appear on your screen. You can input your notes such as bullet points, font texts, font sizes, etc.
You can choose to exit out the Presentation Notes when you’re done editing by clicking on the X icon.
Once you’ve completed your presentation, you can publish by clicking share at the top right of your screen (Share > Publish to the web > view). Once you view your presentation, you will see a full-screen mode. From here, you can then click on the icon at the bottom of your screen to launch your Presentation Notes.
If you’re giving a timed delivery, you can view the amount of time that has passed since you started your presentation so you can mentally prepare yourself for the next point you want to make. You can also view which slide comes next in the deck.
- During the time you deliver your presentation, you can then set up your presentation on two computers: the one connected to the projector and the other one on your laptop to be used for your own reference.
- If you’re conducting a webcast and sharing your screen with an online audience, you can also move your presentation notes window to a second monitor connected to your computer so that it can only be viewed by you.
In case you want to present your presentation offline because you have little to no internet connection, you can do so. Click here on how to present offline
to an audience.
Watch the following Video Tutorial to find out more on Using Presentation Notes