Where is my Prezi login?
Where is my Prezi login?
Are you already logged-in?
Open your browser (avoid Internet Explorer, prefer Chrome) and go to https://prezi.com/ if you see Prezi’s website, then you are NOT logged in.
If instead, you see your Prezi Dashboard (something similar to this screenshot below), then you are already in and ready to work; just click on Create from template.
Now. If you are not logged in, then:
Prezi login via a web browser
Open a web browser (IE has compatibility problems -which is a known problem with it for many applications- and won’t work well, any other browser is OK.) and click Login on the upper-right corner of the screen:
Instead, if you are already logged into Prezi Next or Prezi Video already, you will be automatically redirected to your Prezi dashboard and all your presentations. Your dashboard will look similar to mine:
Prezi Next login via the Prezi Desktop App
To access your account through the Prezi Desktop App, you must first open the application.
If you don’t have the Prezi Desktop App, follow this link to learn how to download and install it.
If you are logged in already, you will be presented with your Prezi dashboard and all your Prezis. If you are not already logged into Prezi, the app will prompt a Prezi login screen, that will connect (and synch) with your online dashboard.
How do I login to Prezi Next, Prezi Classic, Prezi Video, and Prezi Basic?
The methods described above are valid for Prezi Classic, Prezi Next, and Prezi Video. However, Prezi Basic users cannot log in using the Prezi Desktop App, which is only available to Pro and Business subscribers.
Learn more about the new way to deliver virtual presentations with Prezi Video.
Can I use Prezi without login?
You can present both online and offline without being logged into Prezi by using either a Prezi View link or a portable copy of a presentation.
Is there a Prezi login crack?
No. Software apps like Prezi are nearly impossible to crack today because the security layers are set in the SaaS platform (in the cloud) and not locally on your computer. And hacking a company’s servers is a much serious crime than cracking your own computer.
Also, many app developers, like Prezi, offer a free version of their software, making a crack irrelevant.
On the other hand, I don’t think that using your vital energy into trying to crack Prezi is a smart use of your time. Get a free or low-cost Prezi license and use the time that you would otherwise have used to find a crack and try to make it work, to unleash your creativity.