Sharing a Presentation with Other AhaSlides Users

Sharing a Presentation with Other AhaSlides Users

With AhaSlides, you can share your presentation with other users and they can copy that presentation to their accounts. The new user of the presentation will be able to edit that presentation in any way that they wish.

In order to do this, head to the presentation editor. In the Share tab in the top bar, choose Share Slides tab and click Copy link button.

Copy that link and share it wherever you want, anyone who copies and pastes it into their address bar will be able to view your presentation along with its audience responses.

You can also grant permission to other users for your presentation, including:
  1. Include Slide Notes: Receivers can view your notes when they copy this presentation to their account.
  2. Approve Slide Requests: Participants requesting the slides will receive a sharing link.
  3. Allow Comments: Anyone with the link can leave comments on the shared presentation.
To enable these, click the 3 dots button next to the Copy link button, it will reveal the options

While viewing your presentation, AhaSlides users who are logged into their account will see an option to Copy the presentation to their account. If they are not users or aren't logged in, they will see options to sign up or log in to their account.


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