Preview your presentations

Test your presentation before you present live with the Preview feature. It’s also a quick and easy way to explore different slide types.

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Written by Max Lindevall
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Preview helps you understand how the slides in your presentation work and how they behave when your audience interacts with them. You can submit test answers to your questions in order to understand what your audience will experience and make sure that your presentation is set up the way you want.

Where to find Preview

You can find the Preview feature by clicking the button with the eye icon in the top right corner, next to the Present and Share buttons.

What you'll see in Preview mode

Presenter screen - This is your presentation. Move between slides by using your keyboard or the toolbar in the lower left corner.

Audience screen - This is what the audience will see on their screen. Here you can vote on the question slides and try out the reaction buttons in order to understand your audience’s experience.

Test votes - Toggle Show test responses to see what the question slides look like when they get a larger amount of votes. Toggle again to turn it off.

Tips and instructions - On some slide types you will see information popping up in the bottom of the screen. Here you can find useful tips and instructions on how to get the most out of your presentation.

Good to know

  • Different join code - The join code that you see in the top of the presenter screen is not the same as in your real presentation.

  • Results will not be saved - You never have to worry about the results. You can respond and interact in Preview mode as much as you want without it affecting your real presentation’s results.

  • Preview a presentation with results - If you open a presentation that already has responses, it will preview without those results.

  • Not available in mobile browsers - The preview feature is only available on desktop browsers at the moment, not mobile browsers.

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