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Using Presentation Notes

Presentation Notes helps you to manage your text when given a presentation. Weather you’re confident enough to speak or you need full text, it is better to consider to have notes to remind you what you’re going to say.

Visme provide the option to jot down key phase or headlines in Presentation Notes.

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Click on the hamburger menu to the top left of your screen and then choose the Presentation Notes feature.

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A box will appear on your screen. You can input your notes, bullet list them, change fonts, sizes, colors and more.

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You can choose to exit out the Presentation Notes when you’re done editing by clicking on the X icon. 

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Once you’ve completed your presentation, you can click on the Publish button at the top of your screen to view it in full-screen mode. From here, you can then click on the icon at the bottom of your screen to launch your Presentation Notes.

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If you’re giving a timed delivery, you can view the amount of time that has passed since you started your presentation. To mentally prepare yourself for the next point you want to make, you can also view which slide comes next in the deck.

Tip:

  • When actually delivering 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.

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In the case you want to present it offline because you have spotty wifi or no connection at all, you can simply download your presentation as an HTML5 file, which is nothing more than a zip file that can be opened with any browser, even if offline. Your presentation notes will work just the same as if you were presenting online.


Watch Video: How to Use Speaker Notes in Visme

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