How to Make Prezi Templates with Prezi Reusables Option

In Prezi there is a concept of reusable Prezi presentation that let you share your ideas with the Prezi community. If you are familiar with Microsoft PowerPoint you may find this very close to the idea of PowerPoint templates. Making an analogy, in Prezi universe designs that you can share with other people are known as “Reusables” Prezis.


Making your Prezis reusable let other users to open the presentation and make a copy in order to reuse your design and data elements. Once a copy is made, the new presentation owner can edit the content without affecting your original Prezi design. Actually it works as a Prezi template.

PowerPoint Templates = Prezi Reusables

Sharing the Prezi designs and making Prezis ready for reuse helps others get started with Prezi and share your ideas and creativity with the Prezi community. This way you can share Prezi assets, animations, sound effect and design elements that you added previously to a Prezi presentation. Your original prezi will always remain untouched but if it is marked as Reusable then other users can make copies of it and adapt the copied presentation with their own content.

To make a Prezi presentation ready for reuse you need to:

  1. Login to Prezi and go to Prezi Library
  2. Click in the Prezi presentation that you want to make reusable or distribute as a Prezi template.
  3. Click the Share button below the Prezi viewer.
  4. Click the checkbox “Allow public reuse and help spread ideas”.

This checkbox let you make reusable Prezis in a way that other users can view it and make copies and use it as a separate Prezi.


Best Prezi Presentations of 2014

Starting a new year, Prezi released the list of best presentations during 2014.


Prezi unveiled the winners of the First Annual Prezi Awards 2014 introducing the best Prezi presentations (prezis) of the year. There were lot of nominated Prezis throughout different contest categories including: business Prezi presentations, educational Prezis or even Prezis with outstanding designs and animations.

To get the winners, Prezi used lot of data including user’s votes for favorites Prezis.

As they said, picking just one winner in each category was a difficult job because there were lot of terrific Prezis from which to choose.  The global Prezi community did a great work preparing lot of presentations during the year and it is a good starting point for the Prezi Movement in 2015.

The Overall Prezi Winner

Agrimore Prezi was nominated as the best overall Prezi design.


It combines a nice canvas view containing an Earth illustration and Prezi transitions focusing on each content of interest (specific cities, a global view, etc.).

AgriMore is a new way of thinking connecting producers directly to their buyers and skipping the middleman. The author of this Prezi had a difficult job: sharpen the company story and their visual identity.

This Prezi has stunning graphics and a great overview but also a helpful voiceover. The authors did a great job using the voiceover feature in Prezi to add voice to the presentations.

Here you can see a live preview of this Prezi presentation.

Business Prezis

There were winners in other categories like Business Prezis. The Winner was Measurabl Investor Pitch by Evan Rosner of Prezi Jedi.

This Prezi pitch presentation knocks it out of the park with a clear structure that outlines all of the main topics and guides viewers through the presentation. It uses a proper and effective Prezi structure to present data.

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