January 26, 2010 12:00 ET

Prezi Releases First-of-Its-Kind Reuse Feature

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - January 26, 2010) - Prezi, Inc. announced its new Reuse feature, which allows Prezi users to edit and build on an entire presentation rather than start with just a template -- cutting the time to create a presentation from hours to minutes. The first of its kind for a presentation tool, the Reuse feature gives users the chance to not only add their own prezis to the Reuse Library, but to edit and remix prezis created by others including those from famous speakers and Silicon Valley executives. The Reuse feature is free, and users retain the option of not making a prezi available for reuse. The Reuse Library already showcases hundreds of prezis that have been shared by users, with prezis from MySpace COO Mike Jones, Creative Commons CEO Joi Ito, and Stanford professor Howard Rheingold among the mix -- fostering a growing database of diverse knowledge for further reuse.

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Prezi, Inc., is a web-based, zooming presentation tool that facilitates visualization and storytelling on a large canvas, much like a whiteboard -- instead of traditional slides. In a few clicks, Prezi authors can create something more visually compelling than what would take hours to create with other tools. During a presentation, Prezi gives the audience the big picture so they can react to anything on the canvas at any point. Prezi allows presenters to easily zoom into details to address questions, which encourages dialogue and audience participation. With the ability to easily zoom out in Prezi, presenters never lose track of the overarching storyline when they zoom in to show details and answer questions. For additional information about Prezi, visit

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